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

David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports

Meet the Mets

Matt Harvey didn't show up to the Mets mandatory practice yesterday, saying he got stuck in traffic. Harvey's excuse doesn't exactly seem to hold water.

Juan Uribe will not be on the Mets' NLDS roster due to his chest injury but Steven Matz IS on target for the game four start! The Dodgers have announced their starters for the first three games.

Yoenis Cespedes is 100% and ready for the Dodgers. These animated GIFs of the Mets and Dodgers are also ready.

Unfortunately, Gary Cohen will not fill in for Josh Lewin on Mets playoff radio broadcasts. Oh come on, WOR!

Terry Collins is one of four MLB managers making their playoff debuts this postseason.

Great piece in the Times about the Citi Field nosebleed seats, which will be full of Mets fans for playoff baseball.

How did Justin Turner become an offensive weapon for the Dodgers? We know it's not Cardinals devil magic.

Michael Conforto turned on a 90 MPH fastball at age 13. Seems like he's pretty good.

Around the Playoffs

One team is eliminated and it's the Yankees, who were blanked by Dallas Keuchel and the Astros 3-0.

Let's face it, it's gonna suck when your team loses in the postseason (hopefully the Mets never lose!).

SB Nation predicted the 2015 MLB postseason!

Around the Majors

A weekend-long bender in Baltimore was the tipping point for CC Sabathia.

Nationals players reflected on their missed opportunity in 2015, while Fangraphs has a piece up on Matt Williams and what we don't know.

The Good Phight remembers Roy Halladay's playoff no-hitter.

It's obviously way too early but the Marlins are interested in Johnny Cueto and Yoenis Cespedes. Cool, so am I!

The Indians have promoted GM Chris Antonetti to President and Mike Chernoff to GM.

This Date In Mets History

The 2006 Mets completed their division series sweep of the Dodgers.

Yesterday At AA

Chris McShane has a great piece on "the immortal Chris Majkowski" of Mets WFAN and WOR radio broadcast fame.

Where are Mets World Series odds at after the regular season?

Here's how the Mets fared against the Dodgers during the regular season.

The Mets are not about their lack of postseason experience.

Steve Sypa reviewed the season of the GCL Mets and Kingsport Mets.

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