The Mets announced Luis Rojas as the team's 23rd manager in Thursday evening.
The team had been working to finalize a multi-year deal with Rojas, and the deal is now official.
The 38-year-old Rojas has been a member of the Mets organization since 2007, managing on different minor-league levels before joining the big-league staff as quality control coach in 2019.
"I will work tirelessly to help this team win," Rojas said in the team press release. "I believe this team and coaching staff can do special things, and I look forward to working together with everyone to reach our goals."
"I would like to thank Fred, Jeff, Saul and the entire ownership group for their support as we worked diligently through this process," said Mets Executive Vice President and General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen. "Luis' leadership, knowledge of the game as well as his ability to connect with the players create a formula for success. We are excited for Mets fans to get to know him."
"Luis has grown up with baseball in his blood, as his family is part of baseball royalty," said Mets COO Jeff Wilpon. "Luis managed many of our current players during his time in our organization. He is fully prepared for this exciting opportunity."
Rojas will be officially introduced on Friday afternoon at 3:00 PM at Citi Field.