Ed Blankmeyer - Manager
- Enters his second season in the organization...Was also slated to manage Brooklyn in 2020.
- Spent 24 seasons as the head of coach at St. John’s University where he accumulated an all-time record of 829-500-4, making him the winningest coach in the program's history.
- In his coaching career has had over 130 players sign professional contract...Has coached 11 first round picks and seen 21 players play in the majors including Craig Biggio, Mo Vaughn, Matt Morris, John Valentin and Joe Panik.
- Guided the Red Storm to five BIG EAST Tournament titles, six BIG EAST regular season titles…During his tenure, the Red Storm made the NCAA Tournament 11 times, including one NCAA Super Regional appearance.
- Is the winningest coach in the history of BIG EAST play with 347 conference victories…Earned BIG EAST Coach of the Year honors a conference-record eight times and was named the ABCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year four times.
- Blankmeyer was a member of the USA Baseball coaching staff in 2010 helping the Collegiate National Team win the silver medal at the V FISU World University Baseball Championships in Tokyo, Japan…Blankmeyer also made coaching stints with USA Baseball in 2015, serving as manager of the Collegiate National Team in the summer and acting as an assistant coach for the Premier12 squad in the fall…Helped guide Team USA to a silver medal at the inaugural WBSC Premier12.
- Blankmeyer, 66, and his wife, Susan, reside in Convent Station, NJ…They have two daughters, Brittany Leigh and Alison Joy, and one son, Taylor Edward.
Nic Jackson - Hitting Coach
- Is in his first season as a coach with the Mets.
- Previously served as a pro scout with the Cubs from 2017-2020.
- Played parts of eight years in the Cubs, Phillies and Mets organizations from 2000-2007.
- Played parts of eight years in the Independent Atlantic, Northern and American Associations from 2008-2015.
- Resides in Prince George, VA.
Royce Ring - Pitching Coach
- Is in his first year of a second stint as pitching coach for Brooklyn...Was slated for the same role with St. Lucie in 2020...Was Columbia's (A) pitching coach in 2019.
- Previously spent 2017-18 with Brooklyn (A)...Spent the 2016 season as the pitching coach at Kingsport (R).
- Spent the 2014 and 2015 seasons as the pitching coach with the Gulf Coast (R) Mets.
- Pitched for the Mets in 2005-2006, compiling an 0-2 record with a 3.47 ERA in 26 games.
- Played in the majors from 2005-2010 with the Mets, Braves, Padres and Yankees and had a 3-3 record with a 5.29 ERA...Spent 2011 in the minor leagues with Seattle and Boston before going to Colorado’s organization in 2012...Played independent ball in 2013.
- Acquired by the Mets in 2003 along with pitcher Edwin Almonte and infielder Andrew Salvo from Chicago (AL) in a trade that sent Roberto Alomar to the White Sox.
- Selected in the first round (18th overall) by the White Sox in the June, 2002 First-Year Player Draft.
- Royce, 40, lives in Woodinville, Washington with his wife and two daughters.
Mariano Duncan - Bench Coach
- Enters his third season in the organization.
- Served in the same role with Kingsport (R) in 2019.
- Spent the 2018 in the Detroit Tigers system, serving as the hitting coach for West Michigan (A).
- Previously spent eight seasons in the Chicago Cubs organization, serving as the hitting coach for the Triple-A Iowa (2017), hitting coach with Class-A Daytona/Myrtle Beach (2013-2016) and two seasons with Double-A Tennessee (2011-2012).
- Duncan began his coaching career with the Gulf Coast League Dodgers in 2003 and spent eight seasons in the Dodgers organization, serving as a coach with Triple-A Las Vegas (2005), Double-A Jacksonville (2004) and the first base coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2006-2010.
- The former infielder played 12 Major League seasons with the Dodgers (1985-89), Reds (1989-91, 1995), Phillies (1992-95), Yankees (1996-97) and Blue Jays (1997).
- Duncan was a member of two World Series champions, the 1990 Cincinnati Reds and the 1996 New York Yankees.
- Inducted into the Dominican Republic Baseball Hall of Fame in 2008.
- Mariano, 57, lives in the Dominican Republic...He has seven children, Mariano, Christopher, Dustin, Jonatan, Damaris, Luis Enrique and Marianny.
Vanessa Weisbach - Athletic Trainer
Ryan Orr - Performance Coach