Steve Cohen’s first year as Mets owner was quite the roller coaster ride. But for the most part, the second half was just a consistent nosedive. You knew change was on the horizon in Queens, but it came at an unexpected time.
New York spent more than 100 days in first place during the 2021 season. Despite that, a second-half tailspin resulted in them finishing 77-85. It was the first time in MLB history a team had ever done that. Luis Rojas was out as manager and the roster was bound to see a . . .
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March 3, 2024