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Mets Morning News: Keith Law rips Tebow, Mets release 19 from Minors

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Minor League Baseball: Arizona Fall League-Scottsdale Scorpions at Peoria Javelinas Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Meet the Mets

Keith Law did not have kind words for Tim Tebow when delivering his scouting assessment of the Mets’ most famous minor league player.

Bartolo Colon watched the ALCS from his swimming pool.

The Mets released 19 players from their minor league system.

Jason Mast looked at the question of whether the Mets should make Neil Walker a qualifying offer.

Around the NL East

The Braves will be paying Jim Johnson $10 million over his two-year deal with the team.

The Nationals lost to the Dodgers and were eliminated from the playoffs.

Fish Stripes wonders if Giancarlo Stanton might be the one untradable Marlins star due to his huge contract and no-trade clause.

Around MLB

The White Sox will promote from within their organization to fill out their coaching staff.

Cardinals pitcher Zach Duke will miss 2017 and undergo Tommy John surgery.

Cleveland took the lead in the ALCS with a win over Toronto.

The Dodgers will start Kenta Maeda in Game 1 of the NLCS.

In weird injury news, Indians starter Trevor Bauer suffered a laceration while repairing a drone and will miss his scheduled start in the ALCS.

This Date in Mets History

The Mets won a memorable 16-inning game against the Astros in the NLCS on this date in 1986.