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Saturday, January 23, 2010
The Mets probably need to do something this year if they want their relationship with Buffalo to continue. The teams' two-year player development contract and it expires after the 2010 season. Minaya said the parent club is definitely interested in seeing it continue.
Mets General Manager Omar Minaya also spoke before the packed ballroom in the Adam's Mark and agreed with Collins that the Mets are making it a priority to win in Buffalo this season.
"We've been a little bit more aggressive in pursuing those '4A' free agents who can come here and do a good job," Minaya said. "We've made a focus earlier on with guys we feel will play here. We feel it's important to win here. We have a blend of guys coming up from Double-A and we want them to be with some of those veteran 4A players."