Morning Briefing: Mets Get A Breather After Weekend Success

Good Morning Mets Fans. The New York Metropolitans (34-41) get a day off today after completing their sweep of the San Francisco Giants. They travel to Miami to begin a three-game set on Tuesday.

LATEST METS NEWS

Kevin Kernan of the NY Post advises not to let this weekend’s sweep give false hope for what is to be of the 2017 season.

Kristie Ackert of the NYDN believes a rested Zack Wheeler and Rafael Montero‘s recent success gives the Mets staff a little hope.

Abbey Mastracco of NJ.com reports on the Mets promoting Tim Tebow to high-A St. Lucie.

NL EAST RUMBLINGS

Thomas Boswell of the Washington Post compares the current Cubs and Nationals.

Matt Kemp has returned to the Atlanta Braves lineup. Read more from Michael Cunningham on theAJC.com.

The Miami Marlins placed Brad Ziegler on the disabled list, read more in the Miami Herald.

CSN Philly reports that Maikel Franco is more than available in trade talks.

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THIS DAY IN METS HISTORY

On this day in 1992, Vince Coleman set what was then a club record of four stolen bases in one game.

Mets players born today; Luis Hernandez (33) and Jason Middlebrook (42).

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