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

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Meet the Mets

David Wright is officially off the Mets’ roster and will serve as a special assistant to the team during the coming season.

The Mets have signed Hector Santiago to a minor league deal.

The Athletic took a look at where the Mets stand after this weekend’s moves.

Fangraphs released their ranking of the Top 25 Mets prospects.

Around the National League East

The Washington Post thinks this week will offer a good glimpse into how the Nationals will deal with Anthony Rendon.

The Phillies will meet this week with Bryce Harper.

Around Major League Baseball

MLB produced a record $10.3 billion in revenues in 2018.

The White Sox had a busy day. They signed Jon Jay to a one-year deal, and signed Kelvin Herrera to a two-year contract.

How would an MLB expansion plan play out? Forbes tried to piece it together.

Ken Davidoff thinks the Yankees should bite if they can get Manny Machado on a five-year $180 million deal.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Maggie Wiggin looked at the state of the NL East’s offseason.

Steve Sypa continued to count down the Top 25 Mets Prospects of 2019.

This Date in Mets History

Gary Carter was elected to the Hall of Fame on this date in 2003.