Like it or not, it doesn't sound like Sandy Alderson is going anywhere next year.
According to Tim Healey of Newsday, Alderson is expected to remain as team president of the Mets in 2022.
What this means is this: Alderson will once again be leading the charge in constructing the Mets baseball operations department this winter. He will also run the search for a new president of baseball operations, along with making a decision on what to do about the general manager position.
Alderson and team owner Steve Cohen initially tried hiring a president of baseball ops last year. But when they failed to do so, Alderson took over this role. Now, he will likely go back to serving as president of the entire organization, mainly focusing on the business side, after the team brings in a head honcho to run baseball operations.