Wayne Krivsky and Bryan Lambe Are Out

An article by posted on September 23, 2011

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, former Minaya deputies Wayne Krivsky and Bryan Lambe are out and will not be retained by the New York Mets when their contracts expire at the end of October.

Krivsky is the former general manager of the Cincinnati Reds and was influential in bringing rookie infielder Justin Turner to the Mets as a waiver claim. He had been serving as a special assistant to Sandy Alderson this season.

Lambe had been with the Mets organization since 2005 and was also serving as a special assistant to Alderson.

Both moves were expected and Alderson will replace both of them with his own personnel.

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