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Mets Morning News: Bartolo is on board

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The Mets announced the signing of righty Bartolo Colon last night after he presumably passed his physical. Colon is a medical miracle, writes Marc Carig, after he saved his career with a controversial stem cell treatment. At ESPN's Sweetspot blog, Tommy Rancel points out that Colon is a one-trick pony but says that the Mets should enjoy him.

Around the Majors

A group is trying to get a Major League Baseball team back in Montreal and they'd use a brand new stadium to lure a team up there.

At Hardball Talk, Craig Calcaterra ranked MLB managers by handsomeness. Terry Collins didn't do very well.

Mike Pelfrey has agreed to a two-year deal worth $11 million. If you don't like the Bartolo Colon deal, maybe this news will help to change your mind.

Gavin Floyd is nearing a contract with the Braves. The veteran pitcher has Tommy John surgery last May.

Rob Neyer asks what happens if Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez aren't able to play this year?

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