According to folks in Los Angeles, Dodgers assistant general manager Logan White is interviewing for the Mets' general manager position.
ESPNLosAngeles' Tony Jackson was the first to report White would interview on Friday, but then the New York Daily News refuted that report , saying the interview was only to be a scout. However, since then, MLB.com and the Los Angeles Times have also reported White will interview for the GM job.
White's two-year contract expires this year, but he has reached an agreement with the team on a new deal, according to the Times .
White interviewed for the Diamondbacks GM position that went to Kevin Towers. He also interviewed for the Astros GM job in 2007.
White will be the fifth person to interview with the Mets, along with Sandy Alderson, Rick Hahn, Josh Byrnes and Allard Baird.
-- C. Trent Rosecrans
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