Manuel gets two-year deal to continue to manage Mets
NEW YORK -- Jerry Manuel is getting another chance to right the New York Mets.
After replacing Willie Randolph in June and falling just short of a playoff berth, Manuel was given a two-year contract Friday that includes a club option for 2011.
"Jerry did a very good job taking over the club midseason, and we believe that he is the right person to manage our team and lead us to the postseason," Mets general manager Omar Minaya said in a statement.
Manuel was promoted to manager ...
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