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Mets Morning News: Callaway excited for new culture

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

Winter Meetings Manager Availabiliy

Meet the Mets

Ken Davidoff writes that the Mets being closer-less is an attitude.

Mickey Callaway is looking forward to establishing a new culture within the Mets’ clubhouse.

Matt Ehalt looks at the pros and cons of each potential infielder the Mets may acquire.

Around the National League East

The Nationals signed Reid Brignac to a minor league deal with an invitation to spring training.

There was one major reason why the Marlins prioritized trading Christian Yelich over JT Realmuto.

Blooper, the Atlanta Braves’ new mascot, was the butt of jokes for fans on social media.

Around Major League Baseball

Buster Olney remembers the late Kevin Towers. The former GM of the Padres and Diamondbacks passed away on Tuesday after a long battle with anaplastic thyroid cancer.

In the latest pace-of-game proposal made by Major League Baseball, a runner would be placed at second base at the start of the 11th inning. This experiement would be used in the All-Star Game and spring training games.

Though the Indians may be eliminating their Cheif Wahoo logo, they will still profit off of it.

There is a report that dugout phone conversations will now be recorded as an attempt to eliminate sign stealing.

Yesterday at Amazin Avenue

Timothy Finnegan wrote about why Met fans shouldn’t forget the contributions Dan Warthen made to the team.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 1962 Ralph Kiner joined Bob Murphy and Lindsay Nelson in the Mets broadcast booth.

Happy 60th birthday to Rafael Santana, starting shortstop on the 1986 world champion Mets!