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Mets Morning News: Conforto discusses extension

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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

Speaking ahead of the Thurman Munson Awards, Michael Conforto said he and the Mets have not yet had talks about extension, but there is still time to begin those talks.

With the misconduct of both Jared Porter and Mickey Callaway, David Lennon writes the Mets need to move forward with a more diverse front office.

Franklyn Kilomé threw a bullpen session yesterday under the watchful eye of Pedro Martinez.

Around the National League East

A healthy Ozzie Albies could prove to be a big boost for the Braves this season.

The Marlins have multiple plans for what their outfield may look like this season.

The Phillies are one of the teams interested in Marwin Gonzalez.

Around Major League Baseball

A day after The Athletic broke the story about Mickey Callaway’s misconduct, the Angels suspended Callaway and will conduct an investigation looking into the former Mets manager behavior.

Chris Archer is returning to Tampa Bay as he agreed to a one-year deal with the Rays.

The Reds and reliever Sean Doolittle agreed to a one-year deal.

Andrelton Simmons opened up about his battle with depression and hopes his sharing can encourage others to seek help.

MLB will have 26-man rosters during the 2021 season.

Meanwhile, Ken Rosenthal writes that MLB and the players struck out again, and for that, there may be future consequences.

The Nolan Arenado trade shows the Rockies are oblivious to organizational failure writes Marc Carig.

This Date in Mets History

Happy 35th birthday to the Good first baseman, Lucas Duda!