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The Mets and Francisco Lindor settle at $22.3 million, per source.

The Mets and J.D. Davis have been unable to settle on a deal, per source. They are likely to exchange salary figures and then head to an arbitration hearing.

J.D. Davis filed for $2.475 million, while the Mets countered at $2.1million. Midpoint: $2,287,500.

From gardening to recycling, our mets love helping our earth however they can! @twcMarkElliot  installed solar panels on his home last year. This year, @NFLGreen  is sending @SuperBowl  hats to those showing their green. Learn more and register your photo:

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The Mets and Edwin Diaz settle at $7 million, per source.

Francisco Lindor's first year with Mets comes with hefty price tag

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Two other New York settlements: Yankees and Gleyber Torres ($4 million), Mets and MIchael Conforto ($12.25 million) avoid arbitration, per source.

Brandon Nimmo has agreed to terms with the Mets for $4.7 million, per source.

With the Yankees' signing of DJ LeMahieu, a new path for the Mets to sign George Springer just opened up (via @martinonyc )

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The Mets and Marlins took the field, had a 42-second moment of silence, and then walked off. The only thing left on the field: a Black Lives Matter shirt.

After a moment of silence, the Mets and the Marlins have left the field. The only thing remaining on the field is a Black Lives Matter shirt.

It's July 1. That means the Mets will pay Bobby Bonilla another installment of $1.19M today. He hasn't played in the majors since 2001, but he will be paid through 2035 ... when he'll be 72 🤯

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RT for your chance to win this #Mets  Hawaiian shirt! #Mets  #LGM 

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Today, the Mets will pay Bobby Bonilla another installment of $1.19M. He hasn't played since 2001 and is owed another $19.1M between now and 2035.

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Progressive activists in New York have pushed for this criminal leniency at the expense of innocent victims. In New York, criminals get gift cards, Mets tickets & free cell phones instead of law enforcement.

Today, the Mets will pay Bobby Bonilla another installment of $1.19M. He hasn't played since 2001.

We have signed OF @TimTebow  to a minor league contract. He will participate in the #Mets  Instructional League.

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BREAKING: Mets sign Tim Tebow to a minor league contract. (via @AdamSchefter )

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