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Mets Morning News: Let the Wright one in

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

Philadelphia Phillies v New York Mets Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images

Meet the Mets

With David Wright returning for one final hurrah before walking off into the sunset, Matt Ehalt looked back at his greatest Mets moments.

Wright’s return has Brandon Nimmo thinking back to the phone call he received from the Mets’ captain after being drafted.

The Post surveyed Cy Young voters and the results were promising for Jacob deGrom.

Jenrry Mejia reported for training camp in the Dominican Republic yesterday.

Dom Smith’s plate discipline has been killing him this season, according to The Athletic.

Joel Sherman offers some outside-the-box candidates for Mets GM.

Around the National League East

Aaron Altherr was injured during the Phillies loss to the Rockies while trying to make a catch at the fence.

The Nationals beat the Marlins as Bryce Harper collected his 100th RBI.

Around Major League Baseball

The Giants have relieved GM Bobby Evans of his duties.

The Red Sox set a franchise record by winning their 106th game.

Corey Kluber picked up his twentieth win as the Indians beat the White Sox.

The Athletics clinched a playoff berth after the Rays lost.

Felix Hernandez was sworn in as an American citizen on Monday.

A Comerica Park employee who was filmed spitting on pizzas at the ballpark has been arrested. In a truly disgusting turn, the food-services company at Comerica Park fired the employee who filmed the video and tried to show it to his managers for leaving his work station.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Linda Surovich recapped Jacob deGrom’s 31st start of the season.

Allison McCague had player performance meters for pitchers and position players.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 1973 Willie Mays received a standing ovation from Mets fans after announcing his retirement from the game of baseball.