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Mets Morning News: Familia case continues

Your Sunday morning dose of Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

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Meet the Mets

Jeurys Familia has reportedly been away from Mets camp this weekend due to Major League Baseball’s investigation of his domestic violence case.

With his new long-term contract sealed, Yoenis Cespedes says he finally feels at home.

Captain David Wright is trying to work his way back into playing shape, and throwing is going to be the next step.

Brandon Nimmo is trying to stay positive about the outfield logjam that could prevent him from getting much major league action.

Around the NL East

With 3,000 behind him, Ichiro wants to see his hit total keep climbing for the Marlins.

Chris Coghlan says he’s excited to start fresh in Philadelphia

Federal Baseball says former Met Daniel Murphy is taking an analytical approach headed into this season for the Nationals.

Around the Majors

The San Diego Padres have reportedly reached a deal with Jered Weaver.

The back-and-forth between Dellin Betances and Yankees president Randy Levine over his arbitration case is getting a little ugly.

Statheads loved the way the Indians used Andrew Miller after they traded for him last year, and it looks like they’ll keep using him that way this season.

Miguel Cabrera says he has a lot motivating him, both for the Tigers and for team Venezuela.

This Date in Mets History

They do it every year now, but the first time the Mets met for spring training, they held their first official team workout exactly 55 years ago.