GM Minaya decides to keep Randolph as manager
NEW YORK -- Mets manager Willie Randolph sported a new, clean-shaven look as he walked past rows of empty lockers in New York's clubhouse.
"It's not a good time to be recognized in this town," he joked. "Hoping to slip by and dodge a few daggers."
Randolph dodged one Tuesday, two days after his team completed
an enormous collapse. General manager Omar Minaya announced
Randolph will be back with the club next year, ending speculation
that he might be fired despite getting a ...
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