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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

Steve Cohen continued his Twitter crusade against any and all incorrect reports about him or his precious team.

Cohen also announced that he’ll appear on SNY for an interview at 7 PM EST on Wednesday.

If something were to go catastrophically wrong and Steve Cohen was only left with enough money to sign one free agent—and maybe a weird metal art piece—that one free agent should be J.T. Realmuto.

Old Friend Adam Rubin has lobby myself and has lobby Tony for a Hall of Fame vote.

Just in case there wasn’t enough money floating around, the Mets now have an additional $24 million to decide what to do with thanks to Robinson Cano.

One potential way to use that money is to give Michael Conforto the extension he deserves and fans have been clamoring for.

Around the National League East

The 2020 season was a bit of a downer for Max Scherzer, but that hasn’t stopped him from already planning his big comeback in 2021.

Fish Stripes’ countdown of every Marlin in Marlins history has reached the Aaron Small portion of the program and folks, do we love Aaron Small?

Bryce Harper and his wife Kayla are finally able to sleep again with the arrival of their daughter Brooklyn.

Around Major League Baseball

The illustrious Bradford William Davis spoke with former Oakland Athletic and current free agent Marcus Semien about everything from the offseason to 2020’s half-season.

New Angels GM and low-budget Perry Mason movie parody Perry Minasian brought a trio of former colleagues over from Atlanta to join him in LA.

MLB Network revealed their top 100 plays of the 2020 season.

The curse laid upon JA Happ that requires him to always be in the AL East has still not expired as the Blue Jays have interest in bringing him back for a third go-around.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 1961, Casey Stengel and the Metsies made their debut in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.