Mets Interview Hensley Meulens For Bench Coach Position
Former Giants partner Hensley Meulens has a vocation with the Marlins in the event that he needs it, yet the division-rival Mets could keep that association from working out as expected. The Mets have talked with Meulens for their empty seat mentor position, Dan Martin and Ken Davidoff of the New York Post report.
The 52- year-old Meulens, a previous expert outfielder who burned through the majority of his profession in New York as a Yankee, is falling off 10 years since quite a while ago run as a mentor with the Giants. Meulens is well-respected for his time in San Francisco, where he was most as of late its seat mentor, and has drawn administrative thought from at any rate two or three groups in the course of recent years. The Giants talked with Meulens this tumble to succeed left chief Bruce Bochy before choosing Gabe Kapler for the job.
On the off chance that the Mets wind up enlisting the multilingual Meulens, he’ll furnish first-time administrator Carlos Beltran with an accomplished right-hand man. Meulens joins Joey Cora, Fredi Gonzalez and Jerry Narron as announced competitors in the running for the position. Should the Mets pick Cora, Gonzalez, Narron or another person, Meulens figures to end up in Miami in a job that hasn’t been reported to this point. Meulens has just marked a letter of purpose to join the Marlins’ staff, yet despite everything he has the alternative to go somewhere else.