NYCSportsNation was fortunate enough to speak with former front office executive Adam Fisher On the 2020 New York Mets.
Fisher has an extensive baseball acumen, as he worked in the Mets front office beginning as an intern in 2003 all the way until 2017 in which he was the senior director of baseball operations.

In September 2017, Fisher moved on from the Mets to accept a position with the Atlanta Braves as their assistant general manager to John Coppolella.

Currently, Fisher works as a contributor/analyst with SportsNet New York (SNY) and gives his opinions on current MLB topics from a front office perspective. Also, Fisher predominantly spends his time as the executive director of 78 Youth Sports, located in Brooklyn. 78 Youth Sports is a non-profit organization that offers organized youth sports to those who live in Brooklyn and in the surrounding area’s near prospect park.


Adam shared many insights into current Met topics, including how he views Luis Rojas’s fit as a manager, how he views the Mets chances in the NL East, and if he has any interest in rejoining a baseball front office.


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