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Why Mets’ October search for front office execs seems like a failure | Baseball Night in NY

On Baseball Night in NY, John Jastremski asks Andy Martino where the New York Mets October struggles began and Andy updates the search for a lead executive, touching on the names of Jeff Kingston (likely to stay with the Los Angeles Dodgers), Daniel Adler of the Twins & Raquel Ferreira of the Red Sox. Watch more Baseball Night in NY: https://sny.tv/shows/baseball-night-in-ny About Baseball Night in New York: On Baseball Night in New York, host Doug Williams is joined by a cast of leading New York baseball writers and other experts to discuss the latest offseason news involving the New York Mets, Yankees, and key division rivals

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