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Mets Morning News: The Mets are done adding starting pitching

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Meet the Mets

The Mets don’t intend to add another pitcher to their rotation following the signing of Sean Manaea, per Tim Britton and Will Sammon of The Athletic.

Ben Clemens writes about what the Mets hope to get out of Manaea over at FanGraphs.

Danny Abriano writes that the Mets’ measured approach to this offseason makes sense.

Jay Horwitz shares that Ed Hearn of the ‘86 Mets recently had a successful fourth kidney transplant but also has seen his cancer return.

The Mets are holding auditions for a hip-hop dance team.

Tyler Kepner wrote about his Hall of Fame ballot, which included David Wright.

Around Major League Baseball

The Cardinals have brought in Chaim Bloom as an advisor to the president of baseball operations.

The Yankees have been linked to Marcus Stroman as they look to sign one or more starting pitchers.

Shota Imanaga’s signing decision has to come soon as his posting window is about to close, and the Giants look like a strong contender to land him.

Where might Blake Snell end up signing?

Infielder Kevin Smith signed with the Yankees.

The rate of Tommy John surgery among minors has been rising.

The Athletic rounded up the weirdest and wildest teams and games of 2023.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Our countdown of the Mets’ top 25 prospects for 2024 continued with Joander Suarez, who’s at number 21.

This Date in Mets History

The Mets and Carlos Beltrán agreed to a seven-year deal on this date in 2005.