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Mets Morning News: Who's in trouble at the non-tender deadline?

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

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Meet the Mets

Matt Ehalt gets us ready for the non-tender deadline, and who we can expect the Mets to let go.

Mike Puma says that the Mets will probably non-tender Eric Young, but Ruben Tejada will likely stay.

Bill Price tells us that Nelson Cruz to the Mets was never a possibility.

Mike Vorkunov thinks that there are two Mets players at risk of being non-tendered.

Doc Gooden sent some positive vibes the Mets way, as he suggested they are on the verge of contention.

The Mets will once again be giving away tickets for donating to their winter coat drive.

Sports Talk NY hosted Terry Collins, who spoke about Wilmer Flores and the shortstops situation, amongst other things.

Around the NL East

The Washington Post previews the N.L. East's needs at the winter meetings.

The Phillies, who were said to be hot on the trail of Yasmany Tomas, reportedly never offered him a contract.

The Marlins have offered a six-year deal to their young star pitcher Jose Fernandez.

It appears that the Braves may be a long-shot in the Jon Lester sweepstakes.

Around the Majors

It seems as though Nick Markakis may be on his way out of Baltimore.

Chris Cotillo says that the Pirates are gunning for Francisco Liriano.

Jeff Sullivan writes that the A's may have shifted gears.

Baseball America names the Royals their Organization of the Year.

Torii Hunter seems to have some potential suitors, as he looks to sign before the winter meetings.

MLB has released its annual PED report, consisting of some 7900 tests.

Yesterday at AA

Nathan Gismot asks if the Mets will be buyers or sellers at the deadline.

Aaron Yorke profiled Jon Lester as free agency candidate.

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