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Mets Afternoon News: In which there's a positive update on David Wright's shoulder!

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

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Meet the Mets

David Wright's shoulder has seen marked improvement already, according to a medical exam. The Captain should be good to begin normal offseason activities in December.

Jeff Wilpon faces 14 hours of questioning in the lawsuit deposition. That should be fun, says this outside observer.

Some players in the organization have become minor league free agents.

Lucas Duda will play some outfield in Japan next week. Good luck out there, Luke.

Speaking of outfield, Toby Hyde finished his review of organizational position players by looking at center fielders, led of course by Brandon Nimmo.

Around the Majors

Troy Tulowitzki is a tough trade, says Jon Heyman, due to his contract, injuries, and his preferences.

Alex Gordon and Yadier Molina picked up the Platinum Glove awards.

Casey McGehee and pitcher Chris Young were named the Comeback Players of the Year.

At least seven teams have shown an interest in outfielder Torii Hunter so far.

Former Mets outfielder Chris Young and the Yankees have mutual interest in a reunion.

Yesterday At AA

Jeffrey Paternostro reached the top 5 in his best prospects series.

Our season review series looked at Rafael Montero, Josh Edgin, Kyle Farnsworth, and Bobby Abreu.

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