Omar Minaya is gone after dishing out contracts to players who have underperformed such as Carlos Beltran, Jason Bay and Oliver Perez to name a few.
The Wilpon family hired former Oakland Athletics executive Sandy Alderson as Minaya's succesor. Alderson dealt with a tight payroll before in Oakland. He has a tough job ahead of him.
This offseason Alderson and the Mets went with low risk, low pay signings such as D.J. Carrasco, Boof Bonser and Ronny Paulino. It's a step in the right direction for the time being.
New York had to borrow $25 million from the MLB in November to help cover costs.
Jose Reyes is a free-agent after the season. If the Mets fall out of contention early, what's the probability that he'll be moved?
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