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Mets Morning News: A return to baseball looming?

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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

Robinson Cano has kept busy running a food drive in the Dominican Republic and like many of us, watching the documentary, The Last Dance. Cano also said he’ll be ready to return to play whenever he gets the call.

Mike Vaccaro looks at some of the earliest fans of Dwight Gooden and the K Corner.

Tim Britton analyzes how MLB’s proposal to return to play directly impacts the Mets.

Anthony DiComo looks at the best right fielders in Mets history.

‘Ode To The Mets’, a new song by The Strokes, isn’t about the Mets, unless you want it to be.

Around the National League East

Who would the Braves designated hitter be under the proposed shortened MLB season?

Not even COVID-19 is stopping former Marlins manager Jack McKeon.

The Phillies have the most to gain (or lose) from a shortened season.

The Nationals announced their ticket refund policy.

Around Major League Baseball

Jeff Passan details why the financial battle over a potential 2020 season is about to get ugly.

Joel Sherman writes that the clock is suddenly ticking on an 82 game season.

In a comment that recieved a bit of criticism, Mark Teixeira says players should not fight owners’ pay proposal to start the baseball season.

The governor of Arizona said pro sports can resume in his state this Saturday.

The Mariners have begun cutting staff salaries in order to avoid layoffs and furloughs.

A Yankees team doctor sees a possible spike in injuries if baseball does resume.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

David Capobianco looked back at Game 3 of the 2015 NLDS.

This Date in Mets History

Happy birthday to former Mets manager, Bobby Valentine.