The Mets will interview Cleveland Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway on Wednesday, according to the New York Post's Mike Puma.
Callaway is one of several candidates on GM Sandy Alderson's list of possible replacements for Terry Collins, including Alex Cora, Bob Geren, Manny Acta, Chip Hale, Kevin Long, Joe McEwing and Sandy Alomar Jr.
Former Tigers manager Brad Ausmus declined an interview with the Mets and has already interviewed with the Boston Red Sox, while former White Sox manager Robin Ventura hasn't shown interest in the Mets' vacancy.
Callaway, 42, has spent the past five seasons as the Indians' pitching coach, and had previously spent time as the franchise's minor league coordinator. He will also interview with the Philadelphia Phillies later this week, according to Puma.
"I think if Mickey wants to manage, I think it's just whenever," Indians manager Terry Francona said of Callaway last year.
A former major league pitcher, Callaway went 4-11 with a 6.27 ERA in 40 games (20 starts) from 1999 to 2004, spending time with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Anaheim Angels and Texas Rangers.