Mickey Callaway has found another job.
The former Mets manager will serve as the Angels’ pitching coach under mentor Joe Maddon. MLB Network was the first to report Callaway’s deal.
The move is unsurprising as Callaway pitched for the Angels from 2002-03, when Maddon was the bench coach.
Callaway served as the Indians’ pitching coach before becoming Mets skipper, and failed to lead the team to the playoffs in two seasons.
He was fired at the end of this past season, and will remain on the Mets payroll for one more year.
Callaway, who was the Indians pitching coach during their 2016 World Series run, had been approached about multiple jobs across the league.
Callaway was 163-161 in two seasons with the Mets.