MLB Network insider, Jon Heyman, is reporting that Rumble Ponies manager, Luis Rojas, will become the Mets quality control coach.
The once Rumble Pony seems to have played his final game in Binghamton.
Van Wagenen said on Tuesday, he can use his previous experience as an agent to his advantage because he has insights into how all the other teams operate and understand what player’s motivations are.
The Syracuse Mets are set to debut in 2019.
Peter Alonso was named the Mets hitting prospect of the season after his strong season between Binghamton and Las Vegas.
MLB’s Anthony Dicomo reports that Rumble Ponies pitching coach, Frank Viola, will not be with the team in 2019.
Heiman started a popular segment on his twitter account this season called ‘Eastern League Calls of the Week’.
The Rumble Ponies average more fans in 2018 than in any other year since the B-Mets inaugural season in 1992.
12 Sports chats with Rumble Ponies manager Luis Rojas to recap the 2018 season.