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Mets Morning News: Reed, Bruce, McCutchen, Harrison on the Mets’ radar, maybe Frazier, too

Is the hot stove finally heating up?

MLB: New York Mets at San Diego Padres Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Meet the Mets

The Mets are still open to bringing back relief pitcher Addison Reed and outfielder Jay Bruce. They’re also still talking to the Pirates about trading for Andrew McCutchen, Josh Harrrison, or both. And per Andy Martino on SNY last night, they might be serious about signing third baseman Todd Frazier to a short-term deal.

Sandy Alderson and the front office finalized the staff for the Las Vegas 51s.

In order for the team to be relevant in 2018, the Mets’ rotation must be healthy.

Around the National League East

The Braves are hoping their rotation in 2018 proves itself.

At least one person thinks Derek Jeter’s plan to have the Marlins profit will fail.

Anthony Castrovince of outlines what some teams could offer for Christian Yelich.

Around Major League Baseball

Dee Gordon’s move to the outfield has the chance to be very successful.

Whether or not the Red Sox sign J.D. Martinez, their offense needs to step up big time in 2018.

Former American League MVP Justin Morneau announced his retirement from baseball on Tuesday. He’ll join the Twins’ front office.

Ever wonder which ERAs have never existed in the history of baseball? Grant Brisbee has you covered.

Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports wrote a moving piece about Michael Donnely, the son of former MLB coach Rich Donnely. Michael was killed in a car accident this past Sunday.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Joshua Tessler thinks Kevin Siegirst could be a cheap option for the Mets bullpen.

Steve Sypa continued to look at the Mets top 25 prospects for the 2018 season.

This Date in Mets History

On this date eleven years ago, Mike Pelfrey signed a four-year, $5.25 million deal with the Mets.