Mets Morning News: Stephen Drew is still on the Mets radar

Stephen Drew - Gail Oskin

Your Sunday morning dose of New York Mets and Major League Baseball news, notes, and links.

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Marc Carig writes that Ruben Tejada is looking more and more like the Mets' shortstop. However, Carig also reports that the Mets remain in contact with Scott Boras on Stephen Drew and they could be positioned to make a run at the shortstop if his price continues to fall.

Nick Cafardo reports that Johan Santana is getting closer to signing a minor league deal with a team.

At Rotographs, Brad Johnson wrote about Dillon Gee's confusing season.

Andrew Battifarano of Rising Apple is excited for Travis d'Arnaud's first full season in the majors.

Around the Majors

Yasiel Puig is in trouble with the law as he was arrested yesterday on reckless driving charges after he was pulled over going 110 MPH.

Grant Brisbee wrote about Masahiro Tanaka and the teams that need him.

A.J. Burnett's sinker may have saved his career, that is if he wants his career to continue in 2014.

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