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New York Mets manager Terry Collins will likely return for a fifth season in New York. The Mets averaged 75 wins over Collins' first three seasons. They are on pace for 77 wins this year. 

By SI Wire
August 13, 2014

New York Mets manager Terry Collins will likely return for a fifth season in New York, according to a report from Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com.

Heyman says the team plans to bring Collins back if the Mets "remain on their steady path of improvement, avoiding anything close to a collapse over the final 42 games."

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Collins' contract with the Mets runs through the 2015 season, with a club option for 2016. 

The Mets averaged 75 wins over Collins' first three seasons. They are on pace for 77 wins this year. 

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Collins previously managed the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Angels. Prior to joining the Mets he was the manager of the Orix Buffaloes in Japan.

- Dan Gartland

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