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Mets Morning News: Cora fired, Beltran safe with Mets for now

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

New York Mets Introduce Carlos Beltran - Press Conference Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images

Meet the Mets

Ken Rosenthal and Evan Drellich look at what Carlos Beltran might have told the Mets about his involvement with the Astros cheating scandal and how it may impact his future with the team.

Ken Davidoff writes that Beltran must come clean to the Mets.

Tim Britton takes a look at where the Mets payroll stands after arbitration agreements.

Former Met D.J. Carrasco was hired to be the Syracuse Mets pitching coach.

In a radio interview, Jeff McNeil stated the Mets have very high expectations for the 2020 season.

Around the National League East

Odubel Herrera’s time with the Phillies has come to an end as he was designated for assignment. Herrera was suspended last season under MLB’s domestic violence policy.

Daniel Hudson wanted to return to the Nationals for many reasons, but a chance to repeat as World Series champions was his number one reason.

The Marlins traded Austin Dean to the Cardinals.

The Braves renamed their ballpark Truist Park.

Around Major League Baseball

Alex Cora and the Red Sox parted ways on Tuesday night due to his involvement in the Astros sign-stealing scandal.

Josh Donaldson and the Twins have agreed to a four-year deal.

The Twins also agreed to a three-year contract extension with Miguel Sano.

The Rockies and Cardinals have exchanged names in a potential Nolan Arenado trade.

Jeff Passan details why there is anger behind the scenes for the Astros punishment.

The Astros firing their manager and GM won’t clear out baseball’s ‘den of thieves’ writes Michael Powell.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Harol Gonzalez came in at thirteen on Steve Sypa’s top Mets prospects.

This Date in Mets History

Happy birthday to former Mets hitting coach Tom Robson. Robson served as hitting coach from 1997-2000.