No More Mako in Binghamton

By Justin Horowitz

July 22, 2010 Updated Oct 1, 2009 at 11:48 PM EDT

BINGHAMTON - When the B-Mets take the field next season, they'll do so with a new skipper.

Mako Oliveras has been fired after three seasons managing the B-Mets.

He compiled a 188 and 236 record, while finishing in last place twice.

Oliveras was seen as an ally of Tony Bernazard, the former Mets VP of Player Development who was fired in August after allegedly challenging members of the B-Mets to fight during a closed-door meeting.

No word yet on a replacement for the B-Mets.

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