Two holdovers from former New York Mets general manager Omar Minaya's regime were let go by the organization Friday, major league sources told ESPNNewYork.com.
Former Minaya deputies Wayne Krivsky and Bryan Lambe are out, the sources said. Krivsky is the former general manager of the Cincinnati Reds. He was influential in bringing rookie infielder Justin Turner to the Mets as a waiver claim.
The departures were expected as their contracts expire and GM Sandy Alderson and lieutenants sought to bring in their own personnel. Both had scouting roles this past season.
Lambe actually was staffing a game in the third inning at Washington when Alderson informed him Friday night.