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Mets Morning News: It all comes down to one final game

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

Jamie Squire

Meet the Mets

Jed Lowrie is not likely a target for the Mets this winter.

Adam Rubin and Pace University Law School projected Daniel Murphy's salary in 2015.

Brandon Nimmo and Matt Reynolds headline a talented Mets Arizona Fall League class.

How did Juan Lagares get so good and was this ever seen as a possibility? John Sickels does a prospect retrospective of the Mets center fielder.

What if the Mets moved the Citi Field outfield fences in even further? Like to 150 feet from home plate?

Around the Playoffs

The Royals destroyed Jake Peavy and the Giants 10-0, forcing a deciding Game 7 later tonight at Kauffman Stadium.

Around the Majors

Oscar Taveras' funeral was attended by thousands of mourners, including close friend Carlos Martinez. The Cardinals left the lights in right field on at Busch Stadium in tribute to Taveras. Jorge Arangure wrote about the perils of driving in Latin American countries.

Justin Smoak was claimed by the Blue Jays on waivers from the Mariners.

Jose Canseco accidentally shot himself in the hand while cleaning a gun yesterday. He shot his left middle finger off.

The Red Sox will eventually trade Yoenis Cespedes, likely due to their outfield depth.

Tal's Hill in Houston may be going away in 2016, as the Astros will consider getting rid of it after this season.

Yesterday At AA

Amazin Avenue Audio episode 91 is available to listen to, complete with Gabriel Ynoa talk!

We have season reviews of Anthony Recker and Scott Rice.

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