MLB insider reveals thoughts on futures of Luis Rojas, Aaron Boone

By , Audacy Sports

The New York Yankees and New York Mets currently rank at No. 2 and No. 3 on the list of MLB team payrolls, trailing only the Los Angeles Dodgers. The problem is that the Dodgers have a 100 percent chance to make the postseason — their 97-54 record is the second best in baseball, and they've already clinched their playoff spot.

The Yankees, on the other hand, are a good team with an 85-67 record as of this writing, but only have a 26.7 percent chance to make the postseason, at least according to Baseball Reference, in part due to the strength of the AL East. And the Mets, on the other other hand, have a 73-78 record in what-should-have-been a very winnable NL East, and have a less-than 0.1 percent chance to make the playoffs. One question that inevitably pops up, then, is what ultimately will happen to the guys leading the teams through these disappointing campaigns?

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