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Mets Morning News: Judging the offseason

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

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Meet the Mets

The Mets could sign Aaron Judge away from the Yankees but the move would come with both plusses and minuses for the team.

Until the end of the year Chris Bassitt was a solid addition to the rotation so should the Mets bring him back when much of their pitching staff is very much up in the air at the moment?

Both the Mets and the Yankees peaked too early which left nothing but disappointment in once-promising seasons.

If you act fast you could find some deals on tickets for the 2023 season.

Around the National League East

Eddie Rosario’s 2022 season with the Braves was far less memorable than his 2021 season.

The Phillies and Astros both have stacked pitching staffs as the two prepare to face off against each other in the Fall Classic.

The price of tickets for the World Series at Citizens Bank will rank among the highest in MLB history.

Riley Adams has struggled at the big league level for the Nationals so what is his future with the team?

Around Major League Baseball

Hal Steinbrenner confirmed that Aaron Boone will be back as the Yankees manager but the organization will need to make some changes if they want to get back to the World Series.

Adam Wainwright is not retiring and will return in 2023 for his final season.

Revenue from sponsorships was way up this year for Major League Baseball and that number will only grow higher when they add sponsorships to the uniforms.

The Marlins already filled their managerial vacancy but the Royals search for their skipper continues with former Met Vance Wilson in the running for the job.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

In what could be his last season in a Met uniform, Seth Lugo was perfectly cromulent for the Mets this year writes Chris McShane.

This Date in Mets History

The Mets were World Series Champions for the second time in franchise history on this date in 1986.