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Mets Morning News: The Idles of March

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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

For the first time in a long time, the health of the fans is taking precedence over the recovery of the players.

Robinson Cano is working to fight COVID-19 with the CDC Foundation by donating to the Emergency Response Fund.

Baseball may be on hiatus, but through the power of the internet and alcohol, Dominic Smith and Marcus Stroman will be teaming up in a celebrity beer pong tournament at some point soon.

As we all try to make the best of the current conditions, Keith Hernandez and his Elite Dad Shirt have turned to puzzles to pass the time.

A decade after being drafted and less than seven years removed from starting the All Star Game, Matt Harvey found himself back on the lonely high school fields of the northeast, throwing a bullpen session to an audience of one.

Around the National League East

The Miami Marlins finally found a way to get fans to show up to the stadium, it only took a global pandemic and a conveniently located testing center, but that’s a story for another day.

Freddie Freeman’s son learned that he shouldn’t be throwing junk up in the zone the hard way.

Around Major League Baseball

Just as he has for more than half a century, Vin Scully provided some words of wisdom to help Dodger fans, and baseball fans in general, through this tough time.

To fight the boredom of the quarantine life, Joe Buck has turned to twitter to provide him with broadcasting material.

Adam Jones took to Reddit to take questions from fans as baseball in Japan remains at a standstill.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 1978, the Mets said goodbye to Bud Harrelson.