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Mets Morning News: Tim Tebow slides into trouble

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Meet the Mets

Tim Tebow got on base during Monday’s Arizona Fall League game and then promptly injured himself while trying to steal second.

It’s unlikely that the Red Sox will pursue Yoenis Cespedes during free agency. He was apparently not popular with several staff members there during his short tenure with the team in 2014.

Mets relief prospect Corey Taylor will represent the team at the Arizona Fall League’s “Fall Stars Game” next week.

Around the NL East

The Braves have started to move their things from Turner Field to their new home in Cobb County.

The Marlins don’t intend to exercise their option on Fernando Rodney.

Around MLB

The World Series beat Sunday Night Football in the ratings this week for the first time in five years.

Eddie Robinson, 95, the last living member of the 1948 Indians, will be at Game Six in Cleveland.

The Rangers are open to trading Derek Holland.

The Cleveland Cavaliers have moved up the start time of their game on Tuesday to avoid a conflict with Game Six of the World Series.

Phillies pitcher Cameron Rupp expressed support for the Dallas Cowboys on Twitter this Sunday and was promptly savaged by angry Phillies fans.

Yesterday at AA

Linda Surovich looked back at Addison Reed’s excellent season.

Matt Varvaro delivered another Monday Morning Mets Mind Boggler.

Steve Schreiber wondered what type of Halloween candy each Mets player would be.

Steve Sypa had all the news you need about the Arizona Fall League.

This Date in Mets History

Back in 1972, the Mets traded Gary Gentry and Danny Frisella to the Braves for Felix Millan and George Stone.