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Mets Morning News: To play or not to play?

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Meet the Mets

In case you thought the Mets would stand to benefit from the addition of a designated hitter, FanGraphs is here to ruin your day.

If play resumes, Wilson Ramos’s main goal will remain staying in-sync with the pitching staff.

Gary Cohen discussed the potential addition of a DH along with a variety of other topics.

Keith Hernandez shared a story about his experiences during Game 6 of the 1986 NLCS.

Around the National League East

Federal Baseball contemplated a couple of “What If?” scenarios.

The Good Phight got into the “What If?” game as well, and their hypothetical scenario is not a pleasant one for Mets fans to contemplate.

How would the Braves be impacted by a cancelled season?

Who is the fastest player on each NL East team?

Around Major League Baseball

The long-term impact of not having baseball this year could be devastating for the league.

If play does resume and some players choose not to participate, some very complex questions will arise.

Doctors are skeptical about MLB’s plans to start the season.

Baseball America offered a creative proposal to resume play.

The Angels are expected to join the list of teams that will furlough some employees.

MLB.com reminisced about some unlikely players who hit inside-the-park home runs.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Chris McShane provided us with another Mets Mind Boggler.

This Date in Mets History

Darryl Strawberry hit the first of many home runs with the Mets on this date in 1983.