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Mets Morning News: With Shortstop Avenue-con set to begin, Mets have moves to think about

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

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Meet the Mets

Marc Carig gives us his list of story lines, going into the winter meetings.

Mike Vorkunov asks "where do the Mets stand?"

Mike Puma says that the Mets are focused on the shortstop market, if they can find an option at the right price.

John Harper says that the Mets should make a run at David Robertson during the winter meetings.

Kristie Ackert has five questions about the Mets that need to be this week.

John Berhardt looks back on the Binghamton Mets winning the Eastern League Championship, and how Steven Matz was at the center of it all.

Around the NL East

John Stolnis looks at the Phillies who have the highest trade value.

The Nationals are reportedly looking to move Tyler Clippard, who would be one of the top relievers available.

Around the Majors

Red Sox owner John Henry reportedly flew to Atlanta to talk with Jon Lester personally.

The Mariners are looking to bring Melky Cabrera to the Northwest, and hope to do it on a deal similar to Nelson Cruz's.

MLB.com announced the GIBBY Award winners today, with Clayton Kershaw winning the top award.

The Blue Jays may be looking to make a run at David Robertson.

The Giants are reportedly pursuing Chase Headley, and they're said to be doing so "aggressively."

Yesterday at AA

Bryan Brandom thinks that the Mets should go after Alexei Ramirez.

Michael McCarty outlined the Mets needs going into the winter meetings.