Brizuela will be vice president and special assistant to Stearns.
Green will be the senior vice president of player development.
Gross will be the vice president of amateur scouting.
“The additions of Eduardo, Andy and Kris will bolster an already talented staff,” Stearns said in a press release. “Each of these individuals bring valuable experience and perspective to Queens. We are excited to get to work on building an organization with the goal of a sustainable winning culture.”
Per the team’s release, Brizuela will assist and advise in areas including player development, roster management and construction, player acquisition and the day-to-day activity of the major league team.
He spent the previous 15 years in the Brewers organization.
Green will oversee the Mets player development apparatus.
He spent the last 13 seasons as a coach or manager, most recently as the bench coach for the Cubs from 2020-23. From 2016 to 2019, he managed the Padres.
Gross spent the previous 11 seasons with the Astros, including the last four as the team’s director of amateur scouting.
Source: Yahoo Sports