Sports Minute: Mets stay silent on new manager Carlos Beltrán's future
By RONALD BLUM
AP Baseball Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - While the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox took decisive action in jettisoning their managers after Major League Baseball concluded they were involved in nefarious sign stealing, the New York Mets have stayed silent on Carlos Beltrán's future. Houston fired AJ Hinch one hour after baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred released his findings. Boston's management took 29 1/2 hours to announce Alex Cora's departure. Beltrán remains in limbo. The Mets refuse to say whether their new manager stays or goes.
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