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Mets Morning News: Darth Bader

Your Friday morning dose of Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

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Meet the Mets

The Mets signed outfielder Harrison Bader to a one-year $10.5 million deal.

Luis Severino might have been tipping pitches last year.

The Mets are open to trading catcher Omar Narváez.

Jay Horwitz was on hand to celebrate Lou Carnesecca’s 99th birthday.

Around the National League East

The Braves and Chris Sale agreed to a contract extension following Atlanta’s trade for the veteran pitcher.

Around Major League Baseball

Jon Heyman has the details of Yoshinobu Yamamoto’s opt-outs with the Dodgers.

Is this year the end of the Astros as we’ve come to know them?

Here’s how Newsday’s writers voted on the Hall of Fame ballot this year.

The Yankees signed Cody Poteet to a major league deal.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Infielder Boston Baro ranked 23rd in our countdown of the Mets’ top 25 prospects for 2024.

This Date in Mets History

January 5 has seen the Mets trade for Kevin McReynolds and Angel Pagan—fourteen years apart—and sadly marks the anniversary of Tug McGraw’s passing.