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Mets Hire Kevin Long, a Hitting Coach Fired by the Yankees

Mets Hire Kevin Long, a Hitting Coach Fired by the Yankees

nytimes.com MLB.com Updated Oct 23 (yesterday)
It came as little surprise that the Mets hired Long, the hitting coach the Yankees dismissed this month, given the struggles of Curtis Granderson, the former Yankee who became the Mets’ most expensive free-agent signing in years.
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