Mets move toward becoming Dodgers East; an Angels prospect’s harrowing story

Mets move toward becoming Dodgers East; an Angels prospect’s harrowing story

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David Stearns to the Mets? Why, whoever could have seen that coming? I’m Levi Weaver, here with Ken Rosenthal — welcome to the Windup!

“For you are mine at last”
Sometimes the obvious match just works.
After the recent (and not-so-recent) suggestions and implications, the New York Mets got their man, hiring David Stearns as the team’s president of baseball operations.
Some quick background: Stearns, a 38-year-old Harvard grad, spent time in…


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