Alderson, 74, originally came to the Mets as general manager following the 2010 season, eventually stepping down in July 2018 while battling cancer. The following January, Alderson announced that he was cancer-free. He spent more than two years away from the Mets before rejoining them at Cohen’s behest, in what was always intended to be a short-term role as the Mets transitioned to a new ownership group. But as off-field scandals resulted in the dismissal of multiple GMs, Alderson spent increasing time on baseball matters.
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