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

New York Mets’ manager Art Howe is all smiles at KeySpan Par Photo by Keith Torrie/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images

Meet the Mets

An original Mets superfan and friend of David Wright, Rudy, passed away at 104 years old.

Being the ridiculously good person that he is, David Wright sent Rudy a personal video earlier in the year lamenting the loss of Mets baseball.

Already out of the ICU, former Mets manager Art Howe was released from a Houston hospital and will continue his recovery from COVID-19 at home.

He is the answer right now, but is Michael Conforto the Mets’ answer in right field for the future?

Around the National League East

While in Miami, one drill from hitting coach Barry Bonds changed the career of Christian Yelich forever.

With no baseball, it’s a good time to look back at the Marlins unlikely triumph in the 2003 playoffs.

The Braves have had a ton of good players that you remember being good, but do you remember just how good Terry Pendleton was?

Around Major League Baseball

Through a twisting and turning tale, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor (temporarily) kept the Browns in St. Louis and eventually led to the creation of the Mets.

The Associated Press got their associated hands and fingers on the official MLB Coronavirus financial presentation.

The Major League Baseball health and safety protocol for a potential 2020 season can only be described as a lot.

If a season takes place and is played from end-to-end without fans, the Cubs will lose nearly $200M.

An uptick in leg injuries in Korean baseball might be a sign of things to come in a revived Major League Baseball season.

If baseball were to come back at all in the year 2020, it would not be the baseball you are used to, but rather it would be certifiably wacky baseball.

This Date in Mets History

Happy 46th birthday to Nelson Figueroa!

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Get your mind boggled in Chris McShane’s new and speedy edition of Mets Mind Boggler.