Of the names prominently mentioned in the Mets’ managerial derby, the best combination of playing career and managing experience belongs to Robin Ventura. A two-time All-Star selection at third base, Ventura spent five seasons managing the White Sox and earned his players’ respect with a laid-back yet forceful approach. “He’s a great manager,” said Yankees...
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