After deciding to part ways with their director of pro scouting Jim D'Aloia on Wednesday, the Mets have now let go of three pro scouts.
According to SNY's Andy Martino, the Mets have let go pro scouts Tim Kissner, Tim Fortugno, and Lee MacPhail.
D'Aloia won't be dismissed immediately, remaining with the Mets through the end of his contract at the end of October, per The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal. Like D'Aloia, Kissner, Fortugno, and MacPhail will finish out their contracts, but they will not be renewed, per Martino.
The 2019 season has been Kissner's first with the Mets, though he was formerly the Mariners director of international operations. He was hired after Brodie Van Wagenen became the Mets GM.
D'Aloia has spent the past eight seasons in that role with the Mets, working alongside Bryn Alderson who serves as the assistant director of pro scouting.