Mets Morning News for November 25, 2021

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Meet the Mets

Happy Thanksgiving dear Amazin ‘Avenue readers!

Former Met Steven Matz signed with the Cardinals for four years with a $ 44 million deal.

Owner Steve Cohen was very unhappy with Matz ‘decision and took to Twitter to express his frustration over how the process went.

Once again out of season, the Mets failed to get their man and they have to figure out why the organization is not a desirable landing place for them in the game.

Marcus Stroman reportedly has many suitors, including the Mets and once again the Angels.

Beat reporter Anthony DiComo answered some fans’ questions, including why Aaron Loup is now an angel and whether free agents really avoid the Mets.

Billy Eppler may be late, but there is plenty of work to be done for the new general manager.

The team managed to pick up outfielder Nick Plummer and demand pitcher Antonio Santos exemptions.

Robinson Canó suffered loin discomfort while playing in the Dominican Winter League and is considered week-to-week.

Around National League East

While the Yankees have an opening at first base, it is unlikely they will pick Atlanta star Freddie Freeman.

Starling Marte was one of the bright spots on Marlin’s last year, even though he was traded by the deadline.

Jean Segura’s name could come up in trade negotiations, but it would be difficult for Phillies to move the infielder.

Around Major League Baseball

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, every team has a reason to be grateful this holiday season.

Athletics are on the road to a rebuild, but they can still remain competitive, even after swapping their top players away.

Closer Wade Davis announced his retirement from baseball after thirteen seasons in the game.

The pirates have reportedly re-signed Yoshi Tsutsugo to a $ 4 million one-year deal.

Beam prospect Brendan McKay underwent surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome and is expected to start shedding again in February.

Yesterday on Amazin ‘Avenue

In episode 108 of A Pod of Their Own, Noah Syndergaard and Aaron Loup on their way to greener pastures and Billy Eppler’s inaugural press conference were discussed.

This date in Met’s history

Happy Birthday Octavio Dotel!

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