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Mets Morning News: Matz is in the clear

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

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Meet the Mets

Steven Matz told WOR that doctors cleared him to proceed with his normal offseason regimen.

To thin their crowded outfield, the Mets have expressed a preference to trade Jay Bruce over Curtis Granderson or Michael Conforto.

Sandy Alderson indicated the Mets are unlikely to pursue a “top-level” center fielder this offseason.

FanGraphs examined whether we can expect more pull power from Conforto as he ages.

Broadcaster Gary Cohen talked about his new contract with SNY and the Yoenis Cespedes signing.

Around the NL East

The Braves added yet another veteran pitcher, acquiring Jaime Garcia from the St. Louis Cardinals for minor league pitchers, including former Mets farmhand John Gant.

Here’s how the Marlins’ signing of Edinson Volquez affects Marcell Ozuna.

The Good Phight broke down Maikel Franco’s first full season in the majors.

The Nationals and Jose Lobaton avoided arbitration, agreeing to a one-year pact.

Around the Majors

Grant Brisbee graded the changes made to the league’s CBA.

Much like the Mets, the Cubs have too many outfielders after inking Jon Jay to a one-year deal.

Dexter Fowler would be a great fit for the Tigers, but the asking price may be too high.

Yesterday at AA

In the latest installment of AA’s Top 25 Mets Prospects for 2017, we broke down Numbers 15 to 11.

Radio broadcaster Howie Rose weighed in on everything Mets on WFAN.

The team released its 2017 spring report and workout dates.

This Date in Mets History

In 1991, the Mets signed Bobby Bonilla to a five-year contract. Eight years later, the team added Robin Ventura.