Morning Briefing: Rosario Wants Reyes Back With Mets

Abbey Mastracco of talked to Amed Rosario about his feelings towards now free agent Jose Reyes.

Rosario would love to have Reyes back with the Mets telling Mastracco, ”He’s more than a friend, he’s a brother and I’ve learned a lot from him.”

Reyes thinks he will have a job if not in New York, but has made it very clear he wants to be a Met for life.

Latest Mets News

Jenrry Mejia made his second appearance in the Venezuelan Winter League last night for the Navegantes del Magallanes. He went two innings allowing three runs on two hits, three walks, wild pitch and took the loss. He’s now walked eight batters in six innings.

Anthony Dicomo of indicates the Mets will have 30 million to spend this offseason. This is based off the fact the Mets will have about 119 million committed to their payroll already.

Dicomo also answers questions from Mets fans.

Marc Carig of Newsday speculates that reliever might be where the Mets spend their most money. He also mentions Neil Walker as a possibility and adds that Dominic Smith is no lock for the big league team.

Robert Gsellman now will be represented by the CAA according to Bryan Kalbrosky.

Dominic Smith will be honored at the MLB Youth Academy in Compton, CA.

Latest NL East News

Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post writes about the Nationals filling out their coaching staff. They hired Derek Lilliquist as their pitching coach to go along with Tim Bogar and Chip Hale on board the coaching staff.

Bob Nightengale of USA Today says it would be an upset if Giancarlo Stanton does not end up in San Fransisco or St. Louis.

Mark Bowman of writes about the Braves prospects playing in the Arizona Fall League.

Jenifer Langosch of writes about the close relationship between Chris Carpenter and Roy Halladay. The two battled in an epic Game 5 of the NLDS in 2011.

Latest on MMO

Joe D. does his latest Hits & Misses.

Matt Mancuso has his first article about the Minor League All-Star Lineup.

This Day in Mets History

Birthdays: Shawn Green turns 45, Butch Huskey turns 46, Kenny Rogers turns 53, Junior Noboa turns 53, Mike Vail turns 66.

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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