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Mets Morning News: Luis Guillorme tears up the Fall League

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Meet the Mets

Luis Guillorme has been riding a hot streak in the scorching deserts of Arizona, and has raised his average to .385 after Friday’s game in the Arizona Fall League.

Here’s a profile piece on Mickey Callaway by Matt Ehalt.

Around the NL East

The Royals have denied the Braves permission to speak with GM Dayton Moore.

Wade Boggs claimed Dave Martinez has accepted the Nationals’ job. Whether that’s true or not is very much in question.

The Marlins have continued to poach employees from the Yankees, this time hiring away Dan Greenlee.

Here’s a roundup on Phillies managerial finalists.

The Nationals apparently are not interested in Joe Girardi because it would take too much money to hire him.

Around MLB

The Astros took a 2-1 lead over the Dodgers in the World Series.

Yuli Gurriel may be facing a suspension after he appeared to use his fingers to slant his eyes and make a racist comment in the dugout after hitting a home run off of Yu Darvish.

Rob Manfred still insists that the baseballs are not juiced. Game 2 of the World Series featured a record 8 home runs.

Anthony Rizzo has won the 2017 Roberto Clemente Award.

A game-worn Jackie Robinson cap set the record for the most money ever paid for a cap at auction.

Charlie Morton would like you to know that he doesn’t own Morton’s The Steakhouse.

Grant Brisbee ranked the five worst commercials of the MLB Postseason. Agree? Disagree? Fight it out in the comments.

Yesterday at AA

Lukas Vlahos took a look back at Rafael Montero’s season.

Brian Salvatore reviewed the season of the dearly departed Lucas Duda.

This Date in Mets History

Ground was broken on Shea Stadium on this date in 1961.