The Dominican foreman stayed for two seasons directing the New York team, culminating his time in the position with 103 wins in 222 games.
New York Mets has made it official that he will not take the team option that would allow Luis Rojas return as manager for the 2022 season of the Big leagues. The president of the New York team, Sandy Alderson, reported the decision through a press release.
“The entire Mets organization is grateful for the dedication and devotion Luis has displayed over the past two seasons as a manager. He has shown great commitment to the Mets through the years in various capacities. These decisions are never easy, but we feel that a change is necessary at this time, “he said. Alderson.
Although Red He would not continue as manager in the next season, the team does not want to let the Dominican go, so they also confirmed that they have made him an offer to remain in the organization in a position that has not yet been determined.
The same press release collected the statements of Luis Rojas, in which he signaled his gratitude for the opportunity he was given to coach in the Major Leagues.
“I want to share the heartfelt gratitude I have with many people in the Mets organization, not just for the last two seasons as a manager, but for the 16 years I have had in a variety of roles. In each of the positions I have held, achieving excellence was our daily mission. I will always keep close to my heart the relationships and friendships that I have developed over the years and I will be forever grateful to be able to wear the Mets uniform for so long, “he said. Red.
“We live in a results-oriented business and I am deeply disappointed with our team and fans for not being able to achieve our goals this season,” concluded the now former manager.
The Mets They also indicated that decisions regarding the coaching staff could be coming in the next few days.