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Mets Morning News: Un-Familia situation leads to game one defeat

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

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Meet the Mets

The Mets lost Game 1 of the World Series in fourteen innings. Matt Harvey was so-so in the start and did not throw many fastballs.

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Nobody deserves the World Series stage more than David Wright, writes Ted Berg.

J.P. Ricciardi of the Mets' front office talked about the decision-making process that group uses.

Lenny Dykstra is still saying crazy things.

Michael Conforto's journey to the World Series is "unreal."

Matt Harvey and Eric Hosmer have seen each other before.

There are more seats at Citi Field for MLB officials for the World Series.

Here's a great profile of a longtime Mets usher.

Say it ain't so, Jacob! The Mets' Game 2 starter plans to cut his hair.

The Daily News talks to Ed Hearn.

Mr. Met conducted the Metropolitan Opera performing "Meet the Mets" yesterday morning. Speaking of songs, Billy Joel will sing the national anthem at Citi Field on Friday night.

The Royals remind Terry Collins of the Nationals.

FOX screwed up the broadcast of the game, which caused a delay in the game mid-inning.

Around the Playoffs

Edinson Volquez's father died yesterday.

Around the Majors

Our old friend Chase Utley says that he's looking to play another year.

Power hitting first baseman Byung-Ho Park is going to be posted by his Korean Baseball Organization team.

Yesterday at AA

Chris McShane announced there would be an AARGH for tonight's game. Everyone come down!

Chris McShane broke down Edison Volquez before his start.

Steven Jacobetz looked back at the Mets' previous World Series appearances.

Steve Schreiber noted that former Mets pitcher Pat Misch threw a no-hitter to win the Taiwan Series.

Joe Sokolowski brought us all the dumb, funny, and crazy things said about the Mets this week.

Steve Schreiber previewed the World Series with our friends at Royals Review.

Brian Salvatore is looking for your predictions for the World Series.

Chris Schubert noted that ticket prices at Citi Field are through the roof.

Nobody panic, but Jacob deGrom is planning on cutting his mane this offseason.

Terry Collins was voted Sporting News Manager of the Year.

Our pal Kevin Burkhardt is back with the Mets for seven games!

This Date In Mets History

Ground was broken on Shea Stadium once upon a time on this date.

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