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Mets Morning News: Mets sign Drew Gagnon

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

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Meet the Mets

Amidst a continuing lack of big, or even moderate moves, the Mets have signed Angels minor league castoff Drew Gagnon.

Around the National League East

The Nationals are still hoping to sign an actual closer. It won’t be Wade Davis, though.

The Phillies have interest in trading for Christian Yelich.

Around Major League Baseball

The Rockies signed Wade Davis to a three-year $52 million contract.

Willie McCovey believes Joe Morgan was taking a shot at Barry Bonds with his letter advocating that PED users be kept out of Cooperstown. McCovey noted that players during his time took “greenies” and other things prior to games.

The Yankees are interested in Yu Darvish.

The Minnesota Twins are pursuing Mike Napoli.

Grant Brisbee made a list of his ten favorite Grant Brisbee articles from 2017.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Brendan Carducci examined the prospect of the Mets re-signing Jose Reyes.

Joshua Tessler took at look at the potential advantages and risks of the Mets signing Jose Bautista.

This Date in Mets History

Johnny Murphy, the GM who helped craft the Miracle Mets team, suffered a heart attack on this date in 1969. He would eventually die of complications from the heart attack on January 14th of 1970.