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Mets Morning News: No offense, but your offense is offensive

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

Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Meet the Mets

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Michael Cuddyer left last night's Mets loss with a sore knee and is slated to go for an MRI today. Cuddyer is concerned about the knee.

Daniel Murphy is back in the lineup and Dilson Herrera is on his way back to Vegas.

Here's some insight into the last minute signing of Steven Matz at the 2009 draft pick signing deadline. Matz's grandfather learned about going viral on the internet.

The Mets and Cubs have taken different routes back to relevancy. Would you prefer the Mets' arms or the Cubs' bats?

Jon Niese seems to be back on track and the Mets aren't in a hurry to move him. It would be a mistake for the Mets to undervalue him and infielder Daniel Murphy.

Around the NL East

The Marlins beat the Giants 5-3 last night. It sure is fun to watch Dee Gordon run the bases.

Another win for the Nationals, who beat the Braves 6-1.

The Phillies fell to the Brewers 4-3.

Around the Majors

Former big leaguer John Baker wrote about how MLB players would treat a publicly gay teammate.

Matt Cain and Jake Peavy are returning for the Giants.

Angels closer Huston Street vehemently opposes the idea of using relievers in high leverage situations and says he'd retire before being used like that.

Civic Stadium, an historic baseball stadium in Eugene, Oregon, tragically burned down on Monday night.

This Date In Mets History

Memorable home runs for Doc Gooden and George Foster capped this date.

Yesterday At AA

Aaron Yorke previewed the Cubs and Mets.

Here's a look at what the Mets could get for Jon Niese.

Jeffrey Paternostro shared his report of Brandon Nimmo

Mets pitchers have been historically great at limiting walks this year!

Meter Avenue looked at the awful offense and excellent pitching.

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