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Mets Morning News: Travis walks off, Terry sticks around

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

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Meet The Mets

The Mets were right to call Taijeron. After rallying back from a 3-0 deficit, and with the game tied in the bottom of the ninth, Travis Taijeron hit an RBI single to bring home Juan Lagares and give the Mets a much needed feel good win.

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In case you haven’t heard, Terry Collins has no plans on retiring after this season. This might get awkward.

Bob Klapisch offers his thoughts about Collins and his seemingly bold decision to stay in baseball for a little longer.

The Mets seem set on bringing back Matt Harvey and working to improve their bullpen this offseason.

Noah Syndergaard’s 2017 finale will consist of another one inning appearance on Saturday or Sunday.

Luis Guillorme is much more than a flying bat highlight from spring training.

Around the NL East

Bryce Harper returned to the Nationals’ lineup last night.

Don Mattingly isn’t sure if Wei-Yin Chen will be healthy for 2018.

A year has passed since Jose Fernandez’s untimely death. Fish Stripes remembers the superstar pitcher.

Around MLB

The Angels might be making some personnel choices with Jesse Chavez and Bud Norris - choices that might be preventing them from reaching appearance based contract incentives.

Former Mets Carlos Gomez and Colin McHugh were involved in a benches-clearing incident last night, and Gomez was not too happy about it.

Yesterday at AA

Heading to Citi Field for the last home game? Why not meet up with Amazin’ Avenue? We’ll be in the standing area behind Section 129 or so. Come enjoy (or lament) the last game of the 2017 season with your fellow fans!

This Date In Mets History

On September 27, 2000, the Mets clinched the Wild Card with a 6-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves.