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Mets Morning News: Cohen one step closer to being owner, 5 year anniversary of pennant clincher

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Meet the Mets

Steve Cohen is one step closer to becoming the next owner of the New York Mets after being approved by MLB’s ownership committee.

In The Players’ Tribune, David Wright talked about what it meant to him to be a Met.

Around the National League East

Former Marlins president David Samson criticized Derek Jeter on his Twitter account, stating Jeter has ‘nowhere to hide’.

What should the Braves do with Marcell Ozuna?

Around Major League Baseball

The Dodgers took Game 1 of the 2020 World Series, winning 8-3 while Mookie Betts was everywhere, stealing bases and hitting home runs.

While Blake Snell will be starting Game 2 tonight for the Rays, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said it’s likely tonight will be a bullpen game for Los Angeles.

Should the World Series always be played at a neutral site? Agent Scott Boras thinks so in this piece from The New York Times.

In an interview, Rob Manfred said he likes two of the additions we have seen in the 2020 season, the expanded postseason and a runner at second base in extra innings.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Chris McShane wrote about watching this years World Series through a Mets lens.

This Date in Mets History

Five years ago today, the Mets completed their four game sweep of the Chicago Cubs in the NLCS, winning 8-3. Powered by home runs from Lucas Duda and Travis d’Arnaud in the first inning, the Mets jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. Daniel Murphy put the icing on the cake with a two-run homer in the eighth inning, his sixth consecutive postseason game with a home run. Jeurys Familia sealed the deal in the ninth inning to send the Mets to their first World Series since 2000. You can watch the final out and the great call by Howie Rose, here.