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Mets Morning News: Mets have few prospects on top lists

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Meet the Mets

The Mets have just two players on the Keith Law and Baseball America top prospects lists.

A Mets fan is hoping to get her prom photos taken at Citi Field, and she needs 500,000 retweets to get there. She’s already more than halfway.

Around the National League East

Despite their minor league system taking a hit this past off-season, the Braves are still loaded up with bright prospects.

Federal Baseball imagines the Nationals without Bryce Harper.

Mickey Moniak’s stock is dropping fast for the Phillies.

In Fangraphs’ poll of team ownership ratings by fans the Mets finished second to last, while the Marlins once again occupied the ownership basement.

Around Major League Baseball

The Brewers and Cubs appear to be the current front-runners for the services of Yu Darvish.

Austin Jackson signed a two-year deal with the Giants for $6 million.

Craig Calcaterra took an interesting look inside the legal world of salary arbitration.

Fangraphs debunks the myth that players fall off a cliff after age 30.

Fenway Park is the latest field to get extended netting for fan protection.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Matt Varvaro was there with your weekly Monday Morning Mets Mind Boggler.

Steve Sypa finished up the Top 25 Mets Prospects of 2018 with some honorable mentions. The full list was also posted.

This Date in Mets History

Ralph Kiner was elected to the Hall of Fame on this date in 1975.