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

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Meet the Mets

For many people in the United States, Black Friday means shopping, shopping, and more shopping. MLB.com gets into the spirit with a list of exciting baseball trades that probably won't happen. One of them involves the Mets and Carlos Gonzalez!

There may still be hope for a shopping and entertainment center to be built outside of Citi Field. At least put up another bar so that we don't have to wait in line to get into McFadden's.

The Mets tweeted a photo of Mr. Met carving up a turkey. Speaking of Twitter and Thanksgiving, Eric Simon's sarcasm is something we can all be thankful for.

Around the National League East

As part of its Season in Review, Federal Baseball looks back at the no-hitter Max Scherzer threw against the Mets.

Fish Stripes has five things for Marlins fans to be thankful for.

The Good Phight couldn't think of five things, but hey, the Phillies are better than the other lousy teams they share a city with!

Around the majors

By riding an elite bullpen to a World Series title, the Royals may have broken the relief pitching market. Thanks, Royals.

One relief pitcher who deserves all the money he can get is Sean Doolittle, who teamed up with his girlfriend to give Thanksgiving dinner to 17 Syrian refugee families.

What do you get when you put together a disappointing postseason exit, a smart front office, and tons of money? No one knows what the Dodgers have planned for the offseason.

MLB.com reminds us that baseball's front offices don't always take Thanksgiving off.

Yesterday at Amazin' Avenue

James K. handed out the Piazza for the best Mets rookie in 2015.

This date in Mets history

In 1967, the Mets traded Bill Denehy and cash to Washington in order to bring back Gil Hodges as their new manager.