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Mets Morning News: Rosario, Smith make the Pipeline Top 100

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Chris McShane

Meet the Mets

Amed Rosario was named the fifth-best prospect in baseball on MLBPipeline’s Top 100 list. He was joined by Dominic Smith, who came in at No. 63.

The New York Post named the Mets hot stove losers for 2017.

The Mets remain interested in reliever Craig Breslow.

Around the NL East

The Nationals signed reliever Vance Worley to a minor-league deal.

Former Marlins pitcher Chuck Smith is now the mayor a of small town in Ohio.

The Phillies managed to get three prospects on the Top 100.

Around MLB

The Cardinals could be in for some serious punishment after the Houston Chronicle managed to get documents from the Astros hacking trial unsealed. The documents detail the startling extent of hacking, much of which was previously unknown.

The Rockies signed reliever Greg Holland.

Anthony Rizzo has weighed-in on the heated “is a hot dog a sandwich?” debate.

The Oakland Athletics held a fan-fest in Jack London Square in Oakland that was very well attended.

Yesterday at AA

Chris McShane took a look back at Noah Syndergaard’s excellent 2016.

This Date in Mets History

The oft-maligned Game Winning Run Batted In (GWRBI) was discontinued as a stat on this date back in 1989. Keith Hernandez, the king of clutch, will presumably forever hold the most GWRBIs in a season record for his 1985 season.