With the Mets and Carlos Beltran mutually agreeing to part ways on Thursday, they will immediately begin their search for his replacement.
One candidate could be quality control coach Luis Rojas, who has come up internally, SNY's Andy Martino reported.
The 38-year-old Rojas is well-liked in the organization and was a candidate for the job that ultimately went to Beltran. He began his tenure with the Mets in 2006 and has worked his way through the ranks, managing at multiple levels of the minors and eventually becoming the Mets' quality control coach.
Aside from Rojas, former manager Terry Collins (currently working as an advisor to GM Brodie Van Wagenen) and bench coach Hensley Meulens could also be among the candidates.