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

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Meet the Mets

Dillon Gee entered training camp with a desire to be a starter, but realizes he has to do what's best for the club.

Paul Swydan says that the Mets future success will be based around their rotation.

Kevin Kernan says that the Mets can steal the Yankees' number-retiring show by honoring one of their greats this year.

Josh Chapdelaine at Around Citi spoke with one of the former farmhands involved with the MiLB antitrust litigation.

Anthony DiComo says that the time is now for the Mets to show they're moving back towards contender status.

Jerry Seinfeld was not happy with Bobby Ojeda's departure as SNY analyst, taking to Twitter to voice his concerns.

Bovoda has set the Mets over/under win total at 81.5, matching them with a certain team from the other side of town.

Adam Rubin shared a picture from St. Lucie that will make your stomach curdle.

Congratulations to Greg Prince and Jason Fry, who celebrated ten years of Faith and Fear in Flushing, yesterday. Their always-stirring commentary has become an iconic part of Mets fandom for the internet generation.

Around the NL East

Patrick Reddington questions whether or not Matt Williams can take the Nationals to the next level.

Michael Jong opines that Marlins park deserved the 2017 All-Star Game.

Around the Majors

Barry Zito is headed back to Oakland on a minor-league, where he began his career and spent seven seasons.

Jason Giambi announced his retirement today after 20 seasons in Major League Baseball.

The Yankees have announced that they are retiring Andy Pettite, Jorge Posada, and Bernie Williams' numbers, as well as giving Willie Randolph a plaque in monument park.

Carson Cristulli presented five names from college baseball to watch this year.

Our buddy Eno Sarris penned another piece about Japanese baseball, and its relationship with MLB players, for JABO.

Ken Rosenthal says that the Yankees need to embrace Alex Rodriguez.

Yesterday at AA

Rob Castellano finished off the Top 25 Mets Prospect Rankings series, and compiled his, Jeff's, Greg's, and Steve's lists.

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