The Mets are fishing from the same pond as other teams looking for a manager, making overlap inevitable. One potential candidate, Joe McEwing, will be interviewed by the Tigers, according to a report, as the Mets proceed with their own search for a manager. McEwing, Robin Ventura, Kevin Long, Alex Cora, Bob Geren and Chip...
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