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Mets Morning News: Walker, Texas Frazier

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

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Meet the Mets

Coming off of one of the best rookie seasons in major league history, it’s only natural to wonder what year two in the majors will bring for Pete Alonso.

Marcus Stroman’s newest workout involves a wine glass on his lower back and bear crawling down his street.

Dominic Smith and Jim Breuer went to Minnesota to gnosh on a burger and fries and chat about baseball.

Around the National League East

J.T. Realmuto and the Phillies must come to an agreement on the catcher’s 2020 salary before Friday if they wish to avoid arbitration.

Juan Soto’s brother, Elian, showed no mercy as he shuffled in front of and homered off of his big league brother.

Around Major League Baseball

Mets Legend, Little League World Series Hero, and Next To Derek Jeter Stander Todd Frazier has reportedly signed a one-year contract with the Texas Rangers for $5M.

That signing will not, however, prevent the Rangers from staying in the hunt for Nolan Arenado.

If Nolan Arenado winds up in a new nest this offseason, it might just be with the St. Louis Cardinals.

The Canadian delegation doesn’t know what all the disagreement is aboot as they see Larry Walker as a shoo-in for the Hall of Fame.

Red Sox owner John Henry assured fans that building a successful team is more important than lowering the payroll.

With a new season on its way, there are many weird and wacky milestones to be achieved over the next year.

Another starting pitcher is off the board as Alex Wood is reported to be returning to Los Angeles on a one-year deal for $4M with an additional $6M available in incentives.

This Date in Mets History

Happy 58th birthday to Kevin Mitchell!