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The New York Times and Daily News both report the Mets will not re-hire Ramon Pena, a special assistant to GM Omar Minaya.

Pena is in charge of international scouting,

According to the Times, “The departure of Pena is expected to be part of a larger shakeup in scouting and player development.”

The Daily News also says vice president of scouting Sandy Johnson intends to retire; while minor-league field coordinator Luis Aguayo has been fired.

be sure to read rubin’s report to better understand the sudden shift in minor-league scouting personnel…

…last month, someone close to the team told me the Mets know they must make fundamental changes their minor-league and draft strategy… perhaps this is the first step… i hope this means a return to selecting players out of college, protecting their top picks and drafting over slot in the early rounds…

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