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Mets Morning News: A Matt Harvey sighting, Tim Tebow preparing to further his development

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

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Meet the Mets

Matt Harvey returned to the mound and, like the rest of us, is counting down the days to spring training.

Syndergaard suffered a tough loss at the racetrack, but Noah Syndergaard managed to have some fun.

Where will Yoenis Cespedes end up is just one of the questions facing the Mets this offseason.

Tim Tebow will begin the next phase of development in the Arizona Fall League.

Around the NL East

Still no managerial decision for the Braves, but an announcement could be coming this week.

Ichiro Suzuki will have more milestones to chase in 2017 with the Marlins.

Jose Lobaton’s three-run home run lifted the Nationals over the Dodgers to even their series at 1-1.

Around the Majors

The Blue Jays are the first team moving on to the Championship series after they completed the sweep of the Texas Rangers in extra innings.

Mother Nature interrupted the playoffs again, this time it was the Indians-Red Sox game that got canceled and moved to Monday.

The Dodgers squandered many opportunities to score runs in their loss to the Nationals.

Madison Bumgarner will need to be dominant for the Giants once again if they are to stave off elimination.

Angels starter Matt Shoemaker is still dealing with the scary head injury he sustained during the regular season, and one of the people most concerned about him is the man who caused the injury.

This Date in Mets History

In 1973, Tom Seaver and the Mets claimed the National League pennant with a 7-2 win over the Reds.