Mets’ managerial search: Dusty Baker is under consideration

As the Mets conduct their second managerial search this offseason, one veteran skipper’s potential candidacy has gained steam since the last time. An industry source told The Post on Friday that Dusty Baker, who wasn’t seriously considered for the job before Carlos Beltran got hired, is now part of the discussion among team officials, who...
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