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Mets Morning News: Endy’s back as a coach

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

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Meet the Mets

Endy Chavez is rejoining the Mets as a minor league coach. He’ll be working in Port St. Lucie during spring training and will be assigned to the Brooklyn Cyclones once their season gets underway.

The Mets signed Travis Taijeron to a minor league deal.

Andrew Church also announced that he’d be ending his retirement to try and make a comeback with the Mets.

The Daily News had five burning questions for the Mets headed into spring training.

Ken Davidoff thinks the Mets need to sign Dallas Keuchel or Craig Kimbrel.

The Athletic published their guide to Mets spring training.

Brodie Van Wagenen has big expectations for the 2019 Mets.

Jeff McNeil will probably be playing a lot of outfield this season in order to get more at-bats.

Around the National League East

Derek Jeter wants to win now, even though the Marlins’ moves say otherwise.

The Nationals have posted an application to be their bullpen cart driver online.

Around Major League Baseball

Brett Anderson will stay with the A’s after signing a one-year deal.

Kyler Murray, however, has spurned the team to pursue a career in the NFL.

Garth Brooks is headed to spring training with the Pirates this season.

MLB Pipeline named their 20 potential impact rookies for 2019.

A.J. Ellis is ending his playing career to join the Padres’ baseball operations department.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Maggie Wiggin took a look at the Mets’ rotation depth for this season.

Vasilis Drimalitis argued that Marwin Gonzalez would be a great addition to the Mets’ bench.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 1992, Keith Hernandez made his famous appearance on Seinfeld.