Mets Hire Longtime Brewers Executive

The New York Mets are undergoing changes in their front office.

David Stearns, the president of baseball operations for the Mets, has hired Eduardo Brizuela as a vice president and special assistant.

Brizuela has more than 15 years of experience with the Milwaukee Brewers and worked closely with Stearns.

In Milwaukee, he held the position of vice president and has expertise in international operations, minor league operations, and player acquisition.

MLB insider Jon Morosi reports that Brizuela will play a role in roster management, scouting new talent, and player development.

The Mets are expected to see several new faces in their front office next season, following the departure of general manager Billy Eppler.

Mets owner Steve Cohen has expressed a desire to enhance the talent in the team's front office.

Initially, the Mets had planned to retain Billy Eppler, but he resigned amid an investigation related to the misuse of the injured list.

David Stearns confirmed that the Mets will not hire a new general manager to replace Billy Eppler during this offseason.

The changes in the front office reflect the Mets' commitment to strengthening their management team for the future.

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