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Mets Morning News: The path to the center

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

Miami Marlins v Washington Nationals Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images

Meet the Mets

The Mets paths for filling out their outfield are dwindling. SNY took a look at several options for the team.

Do the Mets and most of MLB obsess too much over pitch counts? Michael Powell of the New York Times thinks they might.

Around the National League East

Chelsea James took a look at the weakening taboos around the use of mental coaches in baseball.

The Braves have lost their top draft pick of 2018 after Carter Stewart officially spurned them and enrolled in junior college.

Did Wei-Yin Chen change his uniform number to match his salary?

Around Major League Baseball

The Yankees see Troy Tulowitzki as their starting shortstop, according to Brian Cashman.

The Rays are having so much trouble drawing fans that they’re going to close off their entire upper deck this season.

ESPN took a look at the winners and losers in baseball this winter.

The Royals signed Kyle Zimmer to a major league minimum deal.

Sung Min Kim wrote an introduction to the Korean Baseball Organization.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Steve Sypa continued to count down the Mets’ top 25 prospects for 2019.

A new episode of Amazin’ Avenue Audio went live.

This Date in Mets History

Mets great Tug McGraw passed away on this date in 2004.