Mets Fire Manager Callaway
There is another manager's job open in Major League Baseball.
The New York Mets on Thursday fired Mickey Callaway, two years into his job as the team's skipper.
The Mets finished the 2019 MLB season with a record of 86-76 and missed the playoffs for a third season in a row.
Callaway, who took over from Terry Collins to start last season, served as the pitching coach for the Cleveland Indians prior to his time with the Mets.
The Mets are one of seven teams with a managerial job opening -- joining the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Angels, the Kansas City Royals, the San Francisco Giants and the San Diego Padres.