Mets retaining Luis Rojas as manager

The new Mets are keeping the old manager, for at least next year.Team president Sandy Alderson said Monday that he was retaining Luis Rojas as manager, something he previously only committed to being “very likely.”Rojas, 39, was the first Latino man to manage the Mets. He was the second hired to do so, replacing Carlos Beltran, who was fired less than three months after his hiring because of his involvement in the Astros cheating scandal as a player.“I’m thrilled to be the manager under the leadership of Sandy and to try to win a World Series,” Rojas told the Daily News. “We look forward to pu…

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