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

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Meet the Mets

According to Eduardo Perez, Yoenis Cespedes is determined to come back healthy and hit massive dingers for the New York Mets next season.

However, other teams could be interested in acquiring the slugger’s services next year but a trade actually happening remains unlikely.

Seth Lugo remains unhappy as a reliever and is going to go after a rotation spot despite the recent additions to the team.

Ty Kelly's poem about a chance encounter with David Wright is a literary masterpiece.

Around the National League East

The teams interested in Josh Donaldson should get a decision soon with both the Braves and Nationals emerging as the front runners for the third baseman.

Marlins prospect Lewin Diaz and Peter O’Brien earned Dominican Winter League honors. Hopefully, O’Brien also gets coal in his stocking.

With all the moves the Phillies made this offseason, do they have what it takes to win the division crown?

Around Major League Baseball

After shutting down the Mets for nearly a decade in Atlanta, Julio Teheran headed west to Los Angeles and signed a one-year deal with the Angels.

The White Sox have reportedly signed Gio Gonzalez, while Maikel Franco is reportedly joining the Royals.

The Rangers are interested in trading for Nolan Arenado from the Rockies.

The players’ union is filing a grievance on behalf of Jacoby Ellsbury after the Yankees attempted to withhold some money owed to him.

Major League Baseball’s new deal with Nike is expected to be worth more than $1 billion.

In completely unrelated news, the minor leagues should not be disbanded as a cost-saving measure.

No Mets were the best at their position this past decade, but Jacob deGrom was still good enough to make the second team.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Vasilis Drimalitis took a closer look at the Mets’ rotation now that they made two additions.

This Date in Mets History

Happiest of birthdays to Number 5, The Captain, David Wright.