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2017 coaching, exec changes: Few NY-area teams went untouched

The NY Mets manager MIckey Callaway takes to the field as the club's 21st manager during a press conference on Monday, Oct. 23, 2017 at Citi Field. / Joseph D. Sullivan

It has been a tumultuous year for New York-area managers, executives and coaches:

Jan. 17 - Islanders fire coach Jack Capuano; Doug Weight named interim coach

April 12 - Weight named head coach of Isles

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June 28 – Knicks and GM Phil Jackson ‘mutually agree’ to part ways

July 14 - Scott Perry named Knicks president and general manager.

Aug. 3 — Jets owner Woody Johnson is confirmed as U.S. ambassador to England. His brother, Christopher Johnson, assumes control of the team.

Oct. 1 - Terry Collins resigns as Mets manager

Oct. 13 — Coach Bill Laimbeer leaves Liberty for WNBA’s Las Vegas-bound Stars

Oct. 16 - Liberty names Katie Smith head coach

Oct. 23 - Mickey Callaway named Mets manager

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Oct. 26 - Joe Girardi fired as Yankees manager

Dec. 4 - Aaron Boone hired as Yankees manager

Dec. 4 - Coach Ben McAdoo and GM Jerry Reese fired by Giants; Steve Spagnuolo named interim coach

Dec. 28 — Dave Gettleman named general manager of the Giants