Mets Quietly Make Significant Change to Coaching Staff

Adam Taylor McKillop
The New York Mets quietly made a significant change to their coaching staff.
The New York Mets quietly made a significant change to their coaching staff. / ASSOCIATED PRESS
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The MLB offseason is ready to heat up with the annual Winter Meetings taking place next week. Ahead of the action, insider Ken Rosenthal reported on "what he's hearing" for the league's rumor mill.

One of the details involves the New York Mets, who quietly made a significant change to their coaching staff. This is on the heels of New York's decision to promote Eric Chavez to bench coach.

According to Rosenthal, the Mets "re-assigned amateur scouting director Marc Tramuta, making him a high-level evaluator who will work in both the amateur and international markets."

There's no official word from the Mets on this change, but the belief is Tramuta is currently undergoing an interview process for the change.

Tramuta has worked for the organization since 2012 and was promoted to amateur scouting director in 2016. Since then, he's drafted a number of MLB names such as David Peterson, Brett Baty and Jarred Kelenic.

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