The Mets made a front office move on Wednesday, as they are parting ways with their director of pro scouting Jim D'Aloia, SNY's Andy Martino confirmed.
D'Aloia has spent the past eight seasons in that role with the Mets, working alongside Bryn Alderson who serves as the assitant director of pro scouting. It is unknown if Alderson will move into that role following D'Aloia's exit.
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.
D'Aloia can be credited for helping the development of some of the Mets' bright, young stars like Pete Alonso, Michael Conforto, and Noah Syndergaard to name a few. But, with Mets GM Brodie Van Wagenen bringing in new faces in baseball operations like Allard Baird and Adam Guttridge, maybe he is looking for another pro scouting director that shares the same vision as him moving forward.