Despite making a change to their bench boss as the Mets brought Carlos Beltran on this offseason, one might stick around.
According MLB Network, Gary DiSarcina, 52, will be back with the Mets "in some capacity" in 2020.
DiSarcina handled third base coaching duties for the Mets and has been with the organization since 2018.
DiSarcina manned the Angels' infield as a player from 1989 to 2000. As a coach, he re-joined the majors with the Angels from 2014-2016 and jumped to the Red Sox in 2017 before landing in Flushing.
The Mets already moved on from bench coach Jim Riggleman this offseason. Terry Collins was the early favorite for that position on Beltran's staff but Joey Cora reportedly emerged as a "strong candidate" for that role earlier this week.
Steve Karsay also interviewed for the Mets' vacant pitching coach job position this week, according to a report. Phil Regan finished last season in that role for the Mets after Dave Eiland was fired in June.