Manager Luis Rojas’ Job Is Safe Despite NY Mets’ Nosedive

The Mets’ nosedive is not threatening Luis Rojas’ job.

Although the Mets have fallen recently a source familiar with Steve Cohen’s thinking said the owner is not holding the manager responsible for the poor play.

Cohen believes this is a different time with a different type of player makeup than when George Steinbrenner used to fire Yankees managers regularly in bad periods for the club and/or to try to jolt players into better play, the source said.

Even with the second-half stumbles, Cohen does not see a reason to act impulsively because there remains time for the Mets to right themselves and win the division, the source said.