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Brewer Bound Applesauce - Milwaukee gets Greinke, former Mets doing stuff, Sandy not an actor

Meet the Mets

OK, so the Mets won't be getting Zack Greinke. The poor state of the Met farm system may have had a big part in that. But, it doesn't sound like they'll get shut out in the trade market. They are taking looks at both Tom Gorzelanny and Matt Garza.

In even better news, you had better hope that you were a 2010 Met season ticket holder because you could be getting a personalized video from Sandy.

Pedro Feliciano playing in the Bronx is going to be weird.

What on earth will Sandy have for Omar to do?

John Franco taking spinning classes. Dwight Gooden serving customers at Carlos Beltran's restaurant. Just another day in the lives of former Mets.

I.M. Forme explains in verse how Mark Simon could be wrong about his optimistic Met possibilities.

Patrick Flood offers up part 1 of his evaluation on the Met trading chips.

Around MLB

It's probably a really rough time to be a Royal fan, especially since next year's rotation promises to be a train wreck. But, the good news is that they could very well compete in 2012.

The New Yorker has picked up on Carl Crawford's antique bookstore. The legend grows.

Sandy's season ticket commercial may have been horrifically bad, but if you want to balance it off with awesomeness, check out Ozzie Guillen's attempt.

Endy Chavez is going to Texas. Guillermo Mota to San Francisco. Dan Wheeler to Boston. That's it for former Mets today.

Dennys Reyes is not going anywhere for now.

The annual Orlando Hudson speculation ended later than the Yorvit Torrealba talk.

Atlanta is close to reaching an extension agreement with new second baseman Dan Uggla.

Florida, unable to reach an agreement with Ricky Nolasco, may look to shop the right hander. UPDATE: The Marlins and Nolasco agreed to a three-year contract extension.