Van Wagenen back to representing players, with Roc Nation

New York City (AP) Former New york city Mets basic supervisor Brodie Van Wagenen is changing back to representing gamers after 2 1/2 years working for a club.

Van Wagenen signed up with Roc Country Sports on Wednesday as primary running officer and head of method and organization advancement. He will report to the business’s creator, Shawn Carter – the rap artist, manufacturer and executive much better called Jay-Z.

“Since we first worked with Brodie, we realized the shared commitment to athletes, both on and off the field,” Carter stated in a declaration.

Van Wagenen was a representative for IMG and after that co-head of CAA Baseball. The Mets employed him as basic supervisor in October 2018 after Sandy Alderson stepped down following a reoccurrence of cancer.

Van Wagenen was fired on Nov. 6, the day Steven Cohen purchased the group from the Wilpon and Katz households, which Alderson went back to the Mets as group president.

Van Wagenen was changed as basic supervisor by Jared Porter, who was employed Dec. 13 and after that fired Jan. 19 after ESPN reported Porter sent out raunchy, unwanted text and images to a female press reporter in 2016 while he was working for the Chicago Cubs.

While Van Wagenen was at CAA, Roc Country and CAA partnered to represent some gamers, consisting of Robinson Cano and Yoenis Cespedes.

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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.