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Mets Morning News: Anyone for Seconds?

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

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Meet the Mets

For the second round of managerial interviews, the Mets announced that in addition to Carlos Beltran, Eduardo Perez would come in again.

Later in the night, Ken Rosenthal reported that Joe Girardi and Tim Bogar are the third and fourth names to official be accepted into the second round of interviews.

Around the National League East

While the franchise spent nearly 40 years occupying Olympic Stadium, Montreal fans are unsure how to feel in response to the Nationals making the World Series.

Around Major League Baseball

Veteran umpire Eric Cooper passed away at age 52, barely two weeks after his ALDS assignment.

With the Houston Astros having a stranglehold on the American League, New York and the Yankees are the ones that have a problem.

In the Windy City, Joe Espada was invited back for a second interview for the Chicago Cubs managerial vacancy.

When Anthony Rendon and Alex Bregman man the hot corner in Tuesday’s game one, they will be the best pair of third baseman in a World Series since Mike Schmidt and George Brett took the field in the 1980 fall classic.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 2015, the New York Mets swept the Chicago Cubs and punched their ticket to a World Series that you probably should pretend never happened.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

The always jocose Jack McLoone covered Hector Santiago’s legendary stint with the New York Mets.