Cohen: Couldn’t promise Scherzer we’d be ‘all-in’

Cohen: Couldn't promise Scherzer we'd be 'all-in'

Although the Mets are planning for 2025 and beyond, owner Steve Cohen said he doesn’t want to “roll a team out that we’re going to be embarrassed about” and still thinks New York will be “highly competitive” in 2024.


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