Brewers coach sounds like new Mets manager

Between the rumors of baseball Major League Baseball – MLB, the Milwaukee Brewers bench coach, Pat Murphy, is among the candidates that sounds like new manager of the Mets from New York for the 2021 season.

Multiple sources that cover Major League Baseball, announced today that the current Brewers bench coach, Pat Murphy is considered a strong candidate to be the new manager of the Mets, recalling that this organization is in He seeks to fill the position left by the dismissal of Dominican Luis Rojas as soon as the 2021 season ended.

Who is Pat Murphy?

He is a baseball coach, who also played as a baseball player at Florida Atlantic University, where he served as a catcher and also a pitcher. He was honored on the FAU 20th Anniversary Team as a pitcher and utility, and in 2008 he was inducted into the school’s Baseball Hall of Fame. Murphy signed a professional baseball contract with the San Francisco Giants in 1982 and played a total of four years in the MLB Minor Leagues for the Giants, the San Diego Padres, and two independent clubs before beginning his coaching career.

As a coach, he has served with the San Diego Padres and Brewers, including being an interim manager at one time, posting a 42-54 record in the 2015 Major League Baseball season.

Murphy has the right leadership skills and can offer the stability necessary for the Mets to have an adequate base in the face of their new challenges in the MLB, even, a couple of years ago, the people from Queens interviewed this man for the position as manager.

Will Murphy be the ideal option?

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