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Mets Morning News: Meet the Mets (Coaches)

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

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Meet the Mets

The last mysteries of the Mets 2020 coaching staff were answered as the team officially announced their full lineup of coaches, new and old.

Anthony DiComo revealed his top 10 Mets of the 2010s list which is sure to upset absolutely nobody and lead to only the most productive conversations.

Over the weekend, the Mets signed Venezuelan amateur and son of the late Jose Castillo, Lewis Castillo, to a contract.

If the Mets are going to make a big splash this offseason, the clear blue waters of San Diego might be where it takes place.

Wilson Ramos will be one of a few big leaguers heading down to Colombia to participate in baseball clinics for Latin American youths.

Around the National League East

Juan Soto proved that socking a few ho-ho-home runs isn’t his only talent as he dressed up as Santa Claus for the kids of DC.

The Nationals signed reliever Kyle Finnegan to a major league deal.

For the Phillies, an infield bat is their primary target during this week’s winter meetings.

As Ted Simmons and Marvin Miller were welcomed into the Hall of Fame, Dale Murphy still finds himself on the outside looking in.

Ryan Zimmerman and the Nationals are both interested in bringing Mr. Nationals back to the team.

Around Major League Baseball

Correcting nearly half a century of wrong decisions, Ted Simmons and Marvin Miller were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame by the veterans committee.

Like most things related to free agency over the past few years, the winter meetings were a bit of a bore, but this year is posed to be quite the opposite.

Former Mets Legend Keon Broxton found his way back home, signing a minor-league deal with the Brewers and securing Milwaukee’s victory in the trade war.

It is said that the Yankees have a seven-year deal for $245M on the table for Gerrit Cole as the Los Angeles delegation of the Angels and Dodgers prepare offers of their own.

Despite a weekend rumor, the White Sox will not be signing Marcell Ozuna, instead focusing on bolstering their pitching staff.

The Arizona Diamondbacks signed former Mets farmhand, Junior Guerra, to a contract for one year and $2.65M.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 2000, Mike Hampton realized the importance of the Denver school system, eventually leading to the Mets drafting David Wright with the draft pick they received as compensation.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

With the winter meetings ready to dominate the upcoming week, Chris McShane took a look at where the Mets stand going in.

The first Amazin Avenue Winter Meetings Special made its glorious debut.

As the non-tender deadline came and went, bringing in a new crop of free agent catchers, Maggie Wiggin delivered the second installment of “Let’s find the Mets a backup catcher