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

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Meet the Mets

Where do the Mets stand heading into the 2020 offseason?

Terry Collins talked with Jay Horwitz about a few of the tough decisions he had to make as Mets manager.

Steven Matz recalled his memorable major league debut in 2015.

Around the National League East

With the Braves gearing up to face the Dodgers in the NLCS, how do the two teams match-up position-by-position?

Atlanta excised their recent postseason troubles by making it to the NLCS.

The Nationals had some major problems in their starting rotation in 2020.

If you thought the Marlins making the postseason would convince them to spend more money moving forward, you may want to think again.

Once upon a time the Phillies were reportedly considering trading Rookie of the Year candidate Alec Bohm for Kris Bryant.

Around Major League Baseball

The Rays will be facing the Astros in the ALCS after beating the Yankees 2-1 in Game 5 of the ALDS last night.

The league announced the upcoming dates and times for the AL and NL Championship Series games.

Major League Baseball has thankfully continued to avoid COVID outbreaks in recent times.

The Yankees revealed the passing of legendary All Star pitcher Whitey Ford. The team wore a commemorative patch on their sleeves during their game last night in his honor.

While the Padres didn’t advance in the postseason this year, Fernando Tatis Jr. still believes his team’s future will be bright.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Brian Salvatore posed the question of whether the Mets should keep Brodie Van Wagenen around heading into 2021.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 2015, Chase Utley forever cemented his status as a Buttley by breaking Ruben Tejada’s leg during Game Two of the NLDS.