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

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Meet the Mets

With his return to the Mets, Sandy Alderson now has a chance to rewrite the final chapter of his legacy.

ESPN’s Buster Olney tweeted yesterday that the Mets will be aggressive this offseason and are likely to go after more than one of the four big free agents this winter.

You can watch Dominic Smith sit down for a conversation with other African-American baseball players and hosts Jerry Manuel and Dave Sims to talk about the culture and journey of a black baseball player.

Thanks to Twitter, we found out that Marcus Stroman is very much in favor of the Mets acquiring Francisco Lindor in a trade.

Will the Mets be able to transform themselves into World Series contenders in one offseason?

Even though he will be suspended for the 2021 season, the Mets aren’t releasing Robinson Cano anytime soon.

You can watch Brandon Nimmo rank his favorite Thanksgiving dishes here.

Around the National League East

Charlie Morton is heading to Atlanta after signing a one-year $15 million contract with the Braves.

Derek Jeter feels new GM Kim Ng has a head start on learning the Marlins system.

The Good Phight wonders what a Phillies trade for Blake Snell would like.

Around Major League Baseball

Rays 2020 postseason star Randy Arozarena was detained in Mexico after an incident in which he allegedly tried to take his daughter from her mother.

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Anthony Rizzo’s foundation stepped up for the Thanksgiving holiday.

The lack of Latino coaches in the minor leagues is hurting baseball writes Garrett Broshuis.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Steve Sypa took a look at international free agent Kohei Arihara.

This Date in Mets History

Happy birthday to Octavio Dotel, a member of the 1999 Mets, who was then traded for Mike Hampton.