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Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports that the Mets are offering their manager job to Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway.

Sherman says a deal is expected to be finalized Sunday and the team will announce it Monday. Previous reports had indicated that hitting coach Kevin Long and Mariners third base coach Manny Acta were the favorites for the job after a round of interviews, but obviously the Mets are going in a different direction. Callaway had also been a candidate for the Phillies' gig. He's been the Tribe's pitching coach for the last five seasons.
Oct 22 - 1:47 PM

Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports that there are "strong indications" the Mets will pick Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway as their new manager.

Sherman has backed up a previous report from Newsday's Marc Carig that said Mets hitting coach Kevin Long and White Sox bench coach Joe McEwing will not get the job, and he also adds that Mariners third base coach Manny Acta is out of the running. With Astros bench coach Alex Cora in line for the Red Sox' gig, that leaves Callaway as the last man standing. The Mets are expected to announce their decision Monday.
Oct 22 - 1:29 PM

Newsday's Marc Carig reports that Mets hitting coach Kevin Long and White Sox bench coach Joe McEwing are "out of the running" for the Mets' manager job.

The news comes as a surprise, as multiple reports have had Long as the favorite to land the gig. Joel Sherman of the New York Post reported recently that Mariners third base coach Manny Acta is "a legitimate possibility" for the job, and with the news on Long it's possible Acta might now be the new favorite. Sherman hears that the Mets are planning to announce their decision Monday. Astros bench coach Alex Cora and Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway are also known to have interviewed.
Oct 22 - 1:21 PM

When asked after Saturday's loss whether he wanted to re-sign with the Yankees, impending free agent CC Sabathia responded, "of course."

Sabathia is 37, but he's put up a solid 3.81 ERA over the last two seasons and held a 2.37 ERA across four playoff starts this year. He could help a number of teams in 2018, but the big left-hander re-upping with the Yankees makes a lot of sense for both sides. Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports has reported last month that the Yankees are interested in re-signing Sabathia to a one-year deal in the $8-10 million range.
Oct 22 - 11:48 AM

Dallas Keuchel will start Game 1 of the World Series for the Astros on Tuesday versus the Dodgers.

Keuchel is the obvious choice with Justin Verlander having pitched on Friday. He will be taking the ball on an extra day of rest when he opposes Clayton Kershaw at Dodger Stadium, while Verlander will go in Game 2 Wednesday on regular rest. The Dodgers have not announced who will pitch for them in Game 2, but it will likely be Rich Hill.
Oct 22 - 11:06 AM
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