clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Mets Morning News: Can Giants put together a K.C. masterpiece?

New, comments

Your Tuesday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Meet the Mets

The Red Sox may be looking to move Yoenis Cespedes, Bill Madden reports. Unfortunately we will not be running an AAOP contest with this in mind, so you'll just have do one with your friends.

Jeurys Familia underwent surgery to correct his sports hernia. Best of luck in to Jeurys in his recovery!

Brandon Nimmo and Matt Reynolds have been named to the Arizona Fall League All-Star Game. The game isn't actually an all-star game, so much as a showcase, but congrats to them either way on their accomplishment.

The Mets have released their spring training schedule, in case you were looking to go visit your grandparents' condo in Florida.

Marc Carig spoke to David Wright, who is pleased with Citi Field's new dimensions, as any hitter would be.

Robert Brender spoke with a very candid Noah Syndergaard.

FanGraphs told us what we all already know, Juan Lagares should win the Gold Glove in center field.

The Mets have donated some pieces to the Yogi Berra museum, which was robbed last week.

Several Mets players made a visit to see Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham FC. Shouldn't they be in Port St. Lucie working out?

Around the Playoffs

Tyler Kepner wrote about how history favors the Royals.

Ned Yost believes that his team is going to reach Game 7. In unrelated news, Ned Yost thinks bunting as many times as possible is the way to win games.

John Schlegel writes how Brandon Belt has had a huge impact on the Giants, despite a tumultuous season.

Jake Peavy's son is looking forward to bringing home a full-sized cable car.

Around the Majors

Jake Peavy said that he and Jon Lester could land as a package deal in Chicago.

The Tampa Bay Rays have begun the process of bringing in a new manager.

Issues with the Astros' regional sports network may impact the team's payroll next year. Sound familiar?

The Twins are also working on hiring their new manager, and MLBTR has listed some options.

Dave Cameron writes a bit about the slow pace of the MLB postseason.

Yesterday at AA

We presented the finalists in our Amazin' Avenue Offseason Plan contest. Congrats to the finalists, and thank you to all those who participated!

If you see a link you think would be a great addition to MMN, send an email to our tips address, tips@grission.com, and we'll try to add it in.