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Mets Morning News: 2020 Vision

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

New York Mets’ David Wright signs fans’ autographs while wea Photo by Andrew Savulich/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images

Meet the Mets

In the New York Post’s countdown of New York’s top sports moments of the last decade, the Mets occupy two of the ten slots.

On the Post’s top ten games of the decade list, the Mets snagged three of the ten available spots, though you may want to forget the third one.

Despite the unreliability and failings of the bullpen in 2019, Fangraphs has the Mets’ staff projected to be the best in the league in 2020.

The adorable adventures of Mac and Willow McNeil continued.

Around the National League East

According to MLB Pipeline, the Miami Marlins have the most improved farm system in the sport over the past year.

Just as it was for much of last season, the bullpen remains a weakness for the Washington Nationals.

Around Major League Baseball

David Price had a very unwelcome guest hanging around his house for some Sunday morning football.

The Texas Rangers could still be in the market for Nicholas Castellanos and Marcell Ozuna...or they may not...or maybe they are, who knows.

One thing that’s for sure is the Cleveland Indians officially announcing their agreement with Cesar Hernandez on a one-year contract.

The top ten pitcher debuts of 2019 features one very angry Rookie of the Month loser.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 1969, barely two months after his team won the World Series, Mets general manager Johnny Murphy suddenly died of a heart attack at the age of 61.