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Mets Morning News: Let the GM meetings begin!

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

Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

Meet the Mets

With baseball's GM meetings getting underway tonight in Boca Raton, Florida, Sandy Alderson's primary objectives will be finding pieces to fill holes in the lineup and bullpen.

If Yoenis Cespedes leaves for greener pastures, there are a number of center field options that New York can look to for a replacement.

Meanwhile, Baltimore reliever (and former Met) Darren O'Day could be at the top of the shopping list for New York and other teams in search of bullpen help.

Mets bench coach Bob Geren interviewed for the open manager position in Los Angeles, but the hiring process is still in its early stages.

The Post hopes that this year's Alderson signings turn out more like Curtis Granderson and less like Michael Cuddyer.

Around the National League East

Nobody is expecting the rebuilding Braves to make much noise this winter.

The Good Phight recaps the disappointing 2015 campaign of David Buchanan.

When discussing the underachieving Nationals, one thing we don't often hear about is Doug Fister and his ineffective sinker.

Around the majors

Joel Sherman has a summary for the extremely deep pool of free agent pitchers.

Here are the top 50 free agents of this offseason according to Jon Heyman.

Jim Callis tells us which seven prospects stood out during the weekend's Arizona Fall League Fall Stars Game.

Keep track of all the free agent rumors and player movement right here.

Yesterday at Amazin' Avenue

Chris McShane offered a free agent profile profile of rumored Mets target Denard Span.

This date in Mets history

In 1978, the team announced that M. Donald Grant would resign from his board chairman position.