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Carlos Beltran is out as Mets manager after he and the team agreed to part ways in the wake of Beltran being named in MLB's report on the Astros' cheating scandal.

In a Red Sox press conference from last season, for example, Cora called the Yankees' signing of Beltran as an advisor the team's biggest offseason acquisition, crediting Beltran's ability to pick up details.

Mets officials have been discussing Beltran's status moving forward, according to MLB.com's Anthony DiComo, who adds that the team intends to announce a decision regarding Beltran's future before his scheduled appearance at Mets Fanfest on January 25.

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Still, the move came as a surprise to Major League Baseball fans, and, of course, there were plenty of jokes about Beltran's undefeated record.

Former outfielder Beltran, 42, won the 2017 World Series with the Astros.

Next to fall was Beltrán, the only Astros hitter mentioned by name Monday when Major League Baseball issued its findings from an investigation into the club's conduct. We believe that Carlos was honest and forthcoming with us.

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"I couldn't let myself be a distraction for the team. I wish the entire organisation success in the future".

"Over my 20 years in the game, I've always taken pride in being a leader and doing things the right way, and in this situation, I failed", Beltran told Rivera.

"At a meeting this morning with Jeff and Brodie we mutually agreed to part ways", Beltrán said in a statement. Hinch after the report was issued, and the Boston Red Sox parted with Alex Cora after he admitted to wrongdoing while with the Astros.

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Whoever the account may be, they were correct in their tweet saying Beltran was stepping down a day before it was announced, and Barstool Sports' Dallas Braden says they were the first to announce that Beltran was being hired by the Mets before any major news outlet heard the news. He was said to have played a key role in orchestrating the elaborate system that helped the Astros steal signs from opposing teams.

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