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Mets Morning News: Tebow’s great, and the Mets have other prospects too

Your Thursday morning dose of Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

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Meet the Mets

This comes as no surprise, but Tim Tebow earned himself a lot of good will from his actions on Tuesday.

MLB Pipeline gave two Mets youngsters major praise for their performances this season.

The Mets didn’t replicate last year’s postseason performance, but one former player is doing exactly that.

And after a division rival Washington poached a player from the Mets last offseason, one local writer thinks the Mets should return the favor.

Around the NL East

The Nationals and their fans are gearing up for Thursday night’s Game 5 against the Dodgers.

The Braves closed out their season on a high note, but they may have committed a major faux pas with a new hire.

After his tumultuous tenure there, it’s hard to imagine Fredi Gonzalez could be headed back to Miami.

Phillies fans are as relieved as anyone that it’s officially the end of the Giants’ “even year” era.

Around the Majors

As you’ve probably known or determined by now, the Giants are out of the playoffs following a blown save in Game 4 against the Cubs. Their former closer is wondering what might have been.

The Indians have set their rotation for their ALCS against the Blue Jays, and it features a rather unconventional plan.

Take a look at the letter Big Papi wrote to Red Sox Nation now that he’s riding off into the sunset.

In the Padres’ front office, general manager AJ Preller gets to stay, but the team president and CEO is officially out the door.

This Date in Mets History

October 13 is a tough date on the calendar for Mets fans. The team lost a pair of NLCS game twos, each in a series eventually won by the opposition. It’s hard to say which loss hurt more, but at least the Mets redeemed themselves a year after the loss in 1999.