Mets General Managers

The New York Mets have had 16 general managers during the franchises’ history. The current general manager is Billy Eppler, who was hired on November 16, 2021. Eppler spent five years as general manager of the Los Angeles Angels (2015-2020). He was fired after the 2020 season following five consecutive losing campaigns. 

Eppler is known for his scouting and talent evaluation. During his tenure with the Angels, Eppler was the driving force behind the acquisition of Shohei Otani and the long-term contract that secured Mike Trout. Prior to his tenure with the Angels, Eppler was a member of the New York Yankees front office, serving as the director of scouting and later assistant GM under Brian Cashman.

You can check out the full list of all the Mets GM’s below.

George Weiss
1962-1966

Bing Devine
1967

Johnny Murphy
1968-1969

Bob Scheffing
1970-1974

Joe McDonald
1975-1979

Frank Cashen
1980-1991

Al Harazin
1992-1993

Joe McIlvaine
1994-1997

Steve Phillips
1997-2003

Jim Duquette
2003-2004

Omar Minaya
2005-2010

Sandy Alderson
2011-2018

Brodie Van Wagenen
2019-2020

Jared Porter
2021

Zack Scott
2021

Billy Eppler
2022

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