NEW YORK (AP) -Willie Randolph remains manager of the New York Mets after a much-anticipated meeting with team ownership.
Randolph sat down Monday with owner Fred Wilpon and his son, Jeff, the club's chief operating officer, as well as general manager Omar Minaya to discuss two things in particular: the team's sluggish play, and Randolph's comments last week about his portrayal on Mets broadcasts in which he raised the issue of race.
``Willie has my support. He has the support of our ownership,'' Minaya said. ``Willie's job was never in danger going into this meeting.''

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