Dave LaRoche & Tom Gamboa (c) Pat Sanchez

Dave LaRoche & Tom Gamboa (c) Pat Sanchez

In a statement to Brooklyn Baseball Banter, Pitching Coach Dave LaRoche told Brooklyn Baseball Banter he plans on going back to retirement & Manager Tom Gamoba said he is unsure what the future holds.

Dave LaRoche began with the Cyclones in 2014 as the Interim Pitching Coach, filling in for Tom Signore. He informed Brooklyn Baseball Banter after 2014 he was retiring, but Signore did not fully recover and had to sit out this season.

Manager Tom Gamboa said to Brooklyn Baseball Banter he feels he has maybe another season left in him before going back to retirement as well. The Mets took Gamboa out of retirement in 2014 after Rich Donnelly left. Gamboa has amassed a record of 75-77 (.493) in his 2 years as Manager.

Hitting Coach Yunir Garcia & Coach Edgardo Alfonzo were unavailable for comments. It is highly likely both will remain with the Mets organization next season, especially with Alfonzo as a Club Ambassador.

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About Daniel S. Weiss

I have been an avid Cyclones fan since 2001. In December of 2013 I decided to launch my own blog "Brooklyn Baseball Banter" to cover the Brooklyn Cyclones.

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  1. […] season, Gamboa, now 68, informed Brooklyn Baseball Banter that he was split on returning for 2016, but if he did, it would be his final season coaching […]

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  2. […] Cyclones history, is in his 1st season with the New York Mets. Bryk replaces Dave LaRoche, who retired after last season. LaRoche filled in for Tom Signore last season, as Signore was recovering from a concussion. […]

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  3. […] Gamboa stated told both Brooklyn Baseball Banter after last season that he was split on retirement. […]

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  4. […] The odds of Dave LaRoche returning as pitching coach are small, as he announced he plans on returning to retirement.  […]

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  5. […] With Gamboa unsure about next season, Donnelly could be a candidate for a job he once held. […]

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