If Mets want to hire David Stearns, their path is now clear

If Mets want to hire David Stearns, their path is now clear

The path for the New York Mets hiring David Stearns as president of baseball operations is now clear.
Stearns’ contract with the Milwaukee Brewers, which runs through the 2023 season, enabled him to start talking to other clubs about a front-office position after the Aug. 1 trade deadline, according to multiple industry sources who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to address Stearns’ situation.
Multiple major-league sources believe Stearns is “down the road” in his discussions with the Mets, whose owner, Steve Cohen, reiterated in June his desire to hire…


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