The search for Sandy Alderson’s general manager includes former Mets pitchers.
Chris Young, who has worked as a VP of field operations at MLB for the past three seasons, interviewed Alderson about the Mets vacancies, according to industry sources.
Young, a graduate of Princeton University, pitched to Mets from 2011 to 2012 while Alderson was GM. When Alderson was the team president of San Diego, right-handed players also pitched to Padres.
Earlier this week, Alderson showed that he had interviewed about six candidates for GM vacancies. Alderson, president of Mets, will oversee the front office after recently quitting looking for a baseball president.
The search was partially abandoned because it was difficult for Alderson to get permission to talk to the leading candidate. The only person interviewed for this position was former Marlins baseball manager Michael Hill.
GM recruitment will work with Alderson on baseball decisions.
Former Mets pitcher Chris Young appears as a GM candidate
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