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Cano and Diaz will be introduced to the New York media tomorrow at 11 a.m ET, which will be streamed on the Mets Twitter account.
MLB Pipeline updated its Mariners top 30 prospects. Jarred Kelenic and Justin Dunn slotted in as the No.2 and No.3 prospect respectively while Gerson Bautista ranked as the 28th highest prospect in the system.
The Mariners are strong believers in the players that they received in exchange for Cano and Diaz. Matt Ehalt of The Record quoted Dipoto who raved about Jarred Kelenic, saying, “[ he is] a true 5-tool player with a very high ceiling.”
Anthony Castrovince of MLB.com wonders if a Mets-Indians trade could be in the cards.
Andrew Baggerly of The Athletic reveals that former Met executive JP Ricciardi is in talks to sign with the San Francisco Giants.
Some completely normal and sane person voted for Fred Wilpon and James Dolan as the Governor and Lieutenant Governor, respectively.
Latest News in the MLB
The Red Sox have accepted their invitation to visit the White House.
Maury Brown of ForbesSports imagines the MLB with 32 teams.
Yusei Kikuchi will be available to teams today at 8 A.M.
AL Leiter’s son, Jack Leiter, pitched the U-18 USA Baseball squad to an eighth consecutive title.
Latest News in the NL East
Dealin’ Dipoto dealt again, trading Jean Segura, Juan Nicasio, and James Pazos to the Phillies in exchange for Carlos Santana and J.P. Crawford. The move clears first base for Rhys Hoskins, who was misplayed in left field last year.
The Marlins signed a bevy of players who have major league experience to minor league deals.
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Joe D published a quiz that asked who were the top 20 historical Mets second basemen.
Jack Ramsey wrote how Cano is excited to be a New Yorker again.
Matt Musico is a believer in the Mets!
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114 Days to Opening Day!