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Mets Morning News: Jose Reyes nominated for Marvin Miller Award

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Meet the Mets

In a move you finally can’t blame on ownership, MLB players voted to nominate Jose Reyes for the Marvin Miller “Man of the Year” Award. Reyes, of course, was suspended for a domestic violence incident a couple of years back, and then sued for non-payment of child support by his mistress in 2017. It’s also notable that while every other nominated player’s profile on the nomination site mentions their extensive charitable endeavors, Reyes’ profile mentions none.

The Mets are narrowing down their list of candidates for their new GM.

Desmond Lindsay has had a good start to his Arizona Fall League season.

Around the National League East

The Braves are not planning on making a qualifying offer to Nick Markakis and plan to look in a new direction.

The Nationals may not have as much money to spend this winter as people think.

Around Major League Baseball

The Brewers beat the Dodgers in the first game of the NLCS.

After being left off the Dodgers’ World Series roster last season, Curtis Granderson has another chance to make it to the biggest stage in baseball with the Milwaukee Brewers.

Didi Gregorius needs to have Tommy John surgery.

The Hardball Times on what the Orioles can learn about rebuilding from one of Baltimore’s classic breweries.

Joe Girardi interviewed for the open Texas Rangers managerial position.

Luis Severino may have been tipping his pitches in the playoffs.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Allison McCague poked holes in the Mets’ contention that calling up Peter Alonso would have caused a tough roster decision.

Lukas Vlahos was also in the mood to examine the Mets’ decision making when it came to Alonso.

Steve Sypa continued to count down the best minor league Mets pitchers he saw this season.

This Date in Mets History

This date has traditionally been a terrible date for Mets games in the postseason.