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Mets put acting GM Zack Scott on administrative leave after he pleads not guilty to DWI

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NEW YORK — Acting Mets general manager Zack Scott pleaded not guilty to a drunk driving charge in Westchester County (N.Y.), according to court filings. Scott, who was charged with driving while intoxicated in the early hours on Tuesday morning, also pleaded not guilty to three other traffic violations. He was arrested in White Plains after police found him asleep in his car at 4:15 a.m., cops say. Hours after Scott’s court appearance, the GM was placed on administrative leave, the team said. Team president Sandy Alderson will replace him. Alderson interviewed Scott and Jared Porter for the te…

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