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Mets Morning News: It’s May Day

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

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Meet the Mets

The Mets made their first big move of the offseason, signing former Twins reliever Trevor May to a two-year contract worth $15 million.

The signing of Trevor May helps boost the Mets’ bullpen for the 2021 season writes Anthony DiComo.

Tim Healey looks at where the bullpen stands now for the Mets after bringing in May.

Even with Trevor May now on board, the Mets still have plenty of holes they need to fill this offseason.

The first big league signing of the Steve Cohen era brings a fast throwing reliever to the Mets writes Tim Britton.

You can view the 2021 Mets ZiPS projections on Fangraphs, here.

Around the National League East

Former Diamondbacks and Padres GM Josh Byrnes is a leading candidate to land a job in the Phillies front office.

How can the Nationals keep their window of contention open?

Joe Ross is going back to the Nationals on a one-year deal.

Craig Edwards looks at what the Braves can tell us about MLB’s financial losses in 2020.

The Marlins have a ‘tricky situation’ as they approach the non-tender deadline.

Around Major League Baseball

The Twins appear to be ready to move on from Eddie Rosario as he was put on outright waivers.

The Red Sox and Eduardo Rodriguez reached a one-year deal worth $8.3 million on Tuesday.

Free agent catcher Luke Maile is heading to the Brewers on a major league contract.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Allison McCague looked at why Robert Gsellman’s status is unclear as the non-tender deadline approaches.

This Date in Mets History

The Mets have brought in three different third basemen on this date, including Robin Ventura.