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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

As someone who grew up in the segregated south of the mid-20th Century United States, Cleon Jones spoke of how he overcame adversity with an added bit of help from Jackie Robinson.

Left feeling sick after watching the George Floyd video, the Mets executive director of player development, Jared Banner, decided that instead of only being mad, he was going to do something about it.

The Mets took the time to look back on the journey that was the 2000 Major League Baseball season.

Around the National League East

The Good Phight’s league-wide roast reached the doorstep of the New York Yankees.

Fish Stripes logged check-in number 11 on all the virtual Marlins of the world wide web.

Around Major League Baseball

Despite what they may have you believe, Major League Baseball hasn’t been very proactive in regards to the safe return of the sport.

In our current turbulent world, Joey Votto now sees the error of his past ways and plans on doing more in order to fight and be aware of society’s injustice.

The Sammy Sosa-Mark McGwire 30-for-30 debuts next Sunday night on ESPN.

With a decade in the rear-view mirror, Joel Sherman of the New York Post looked at how the 2010 MLB Draft would have turned out if all 30 general manages had a mysterious orb of soothsaying.

According to reports, a call between the MLB owners and the league’s players will take place at some point today to continue negotiations.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 1965, the Mets picked Nolan Ryan, among others, in the first ever MLB draft.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

The latest edition of SB Nation Reacts asked fans their thoughts and opinions on the trouble regarding baseball’s return.