The Mets are done with Terry Collins, but Terry Collins isn’t done. Collins insisted Tuesday in an interview with NorthJersey.com that he has no plans to retire after this season. “I’m going to be somewhere. If after we have discussions, if it feels I shouldn’t be here, then I won’t be,” Collins told the website....
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By Joel Sherman, Mike Puma - Friday Sep 29, 2017
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- Terry Collins is out as manager — but not leaving Mets
By Mike Puma - Sunday Oct 1, 2017
PHILADELPHIA — Terry Collins is set to resign as Mets manager following the team’s season finale on Sunday, an industry source confirmed. The 68-year-old Collins will accept a front-office role within the organization, even after a tumultuous week in which reports surfaced outlining discord between the manager and team executives. Collins, the longest-tenured manager in...