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

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Meet the Mets

The Mets are interested in having Jerry Narron be their bench coach.

Tim Britton looks at what GM Brodie Van Wagenen meant when he said the Mets needed to be ‘creative’ this offseason.

Carlos Delgado believes his former teammate Carlos Beltran is the right man to manage the Mets.

Pete Alonso was unanimously chosen as Baseball Digests NL Rookie of the year.

Around the National League East

The Braves started their offseason making some key decisions.

JT Realmuto says Bryce Harper is one of the most misunderstood players in baseball.

Fish Stripes looks at some pros and cons of the Marlins signing Eric Thames.

Is Anthony Rendon returning to the Nationals the most likely outcome?

Around Major League Baseball

The automatic strikezone is coming to at least some minor league stadiums in 2020.

Sports Illustrated looks at one free agent each team should go after this offseason.

Didi Gregorius had some telling comments after not receiving a qualifying offer from the Yankees.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Chris McShane looked at finding the Mets a starting pitcher.

Hansel Moreno came in at #9 in the best minor league hitters Steve Sypa saw this year.

Jack McLoone reviewed Corey Oswalt very brief time with the Mets in 2019.

A new From Complex to Queens came out!

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 1997, the Brewers were moved to the National League, which in turn was a big favor for the Mets.