Morning Briefing: Choose Your Flavor: Frazier or Moose

We have Mets news on back-to-back days, is the market heating up? I hope so!

Latest Mets News

Jon Morosi of MLB.com says the Mets are interested in Mike Moustakas and Todd Frazier if their prices drop. My guess, they are not able to get a second baseman so now they want to land a third baseman. Morosi also adds the Mets have had contact with catcher Jonathan Lucroy. As a Trevin Plawr’naud gang leader, I would be against this.

Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic said the Mets have discussed Andrew McCutchen with the Pirates. He also told #MetsTwitter that now is not the time to get upset about the team’s lack of spending.

Jenrry Mejia settled on a one-year deal for $1.729 million with the Mets according to Jon Heyman. He will not get any of this money, however, as he is banned from MLB for life after three failed PED suspensions.

Latest MLB News

Jon Heyman of Fan Rag Sports says the Yankees are still interested in third base stud Manny Machado.

Heyman also reported that the Padres have signed pitcher Craig Stammen to a two-year contract.

Morosi says there will be a series in Puerto Rico in April between the Twins and Indians.

Latest NL East News

Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post looks at Scott Boras clients who the Nationals could sign.

Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald writes how Derek Jeter has a ton of incentives to make the Marlins profitable.

Jon Heyman writes that the Braves will look at third basemen on a short deal. Perhaps a rival for Todd Frazier.

The Good Phight talks about the importance of Vince Velasquez in 2018.

Latest on MMO

Mike Mayer highlights the best tools in the Mets farm system.

This Day in Mets History

2014: The Mets sign Taylor Teagarden.

Birthdays: Casey Fossum turns 40, Marlon Anderson turns 44, Roy Staiger turns 68, Ed Bauta turns 83.

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I became a Mets fan in the 2008 season. Since the Alderson regime, I've embraced saber-metrics and advanced stats to back up my eye tests. I study computer science at Stony Brook