manatee Carlos Beltran He will return to work for the New York Mets, according to The New York Post.

To take the new job, Beltran will leave the YES Network, where he worked in 2022 as a game or studio commentator for the New York Yankees.

The Post did not say in its article what position Beltran will hold with the Mets, although it said he will turn to Front office a team that has Puerto Rican players on its payroll, for example Edwin “Sugar” Diaz, Francisco Lindor, Thomas’ nest and third base coach Joey Cora.

Beltran’s return to the Mets comes three years after the team named him the ninth manager during the 2019 business season with an eye on the 2020 campaign. by stealing an Astros sign during the 2017 season.

Since then, the Mets have changed management, and current manager Buck Showalter has begun considering Beltran as the manager for the 2022 season.

Beltran visited Queens last September for the first time since he stepped down as manager. He did so as part of Major League Baseball’s Roberto Clemente Day celebration. Then he said he was pleased with the team’s reception.

Beltran played six and a half seasons with the Mets between 2005 and 2011 in a historic $119 million contract.