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Scott Boras rips Mets over Carlos Correa saga: ‘Don’t understand’

Scott Boras is still baffled by the Mets over the Carlos Correa fiasco. Correa finally signed with the Twins last week on a six-year deal, $200 million deal after having contracts fall through with the Giants and Mets over ankle injury fears. The Mets deal would’ve been worth north of…

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Which MLB teams had the best, worst and strangest offseasons?

The merciful end of the Carlos Correa saga — really! It’s over! He made the leap from “agreed with” to “signed with” the Twins! — is the unofficial end of baseball’s free-agent rush. There are still plenty of unsigned players, led by backbone-testing figures in Aroldis Chapman and soon-to-be-free-agent Trevor…

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Yankees eye Pirates’ Bryan Reynolds amid ‘unrealistic asks’

The Yankees, still needing an outfielder, are among teams consistently interested in Pirates star Bryan Reynolds, who seeks a trade. One interested team exec summed up the Pirates requests in two words: “unrealistic asks.” Another team’s exec says there’s nothing happening now but they hold hope for spring. It’s not…

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Mets’ overnight deal for Carlos Correa shocks Twitter

Absolutely unbelievable. The fact that the years & AAV went down suggests that something’s wrong medically. The fact he’s going to the Mets—on the day the Giants planned to introduce him—suggests that this is an absolute nightmare scenario for the Giants and their fans. Stunning. https://t.co/t2Xqrh19SB — Ben Kaspick (@BenKaspick)…

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Mets hire Eric Jagers as director of pitching development

LAS VEGAS — Eric Jagers’ strong background in biomechanics and movement science stood out as the Mets considered him for a top development position. The 27-year-old Jagers, who spent the last two seasons as Reds assistant pitching coach, has joined the Mets as their director of pitching development, general manager…