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Mets’ Offseason News: Brooks Raley’s Option Picked Up, Cubs’ Scouting VP Stays, and More!

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Mets Extend Brooks Raley’s Contract for 2024 Season

Following a successful debut season in New York, the Mets have exercised their $6.5 million team option to retain pitcher Brooks Raley for the upcoming 2024 season.

Despite their efforts to recruit Dan Kantrovitz, the Cubs’ vice president of scouting, the Mets were unable to secure his services as he has decided to remain in Chicago.

Latest News from the National League East

The Philadelphia Phillies have chosen not to exercise Scott Kingery’s option for the 2024 season.

The Washington Nationals continue to make changes in their front office, with the promotion of Eddie Longosz to the role of Vice President and Assistant General Manager of Player Development and Administration.

Updates from Major League Baseball

Clayton Kershaw, the renowned pitcher and future Hall of Famer, has recently undergone shoulder surgery. However, he remains optimistic about returning to the mound at some point during the 2024 season.

Cody Bellinger has made the expected decision to decline his mutual option with the Cubs, positioning himself as one of the top available position players in the free agent market.

The Los Angeles Dodgers have declined Lance Lynn’s 2024 option, allowing the experienced starter to explore free agency.

Liam Hendricks and Mike Clevinger, both notable players in their respective teams, will become free agents. Hendricks’ team option with the White Sox was declined, while Clevinger declined his player option with the Chicago Cubs.

Justin Turner, a former Met, has decided to decline his 2024 option with the Boston Red Sox, opening himself up to opportunities in the free agent market.

Cuban reliever Yariel Rodríguez has been declared a free agent, granting him the freedom to sign with any major league team.

Former Mets players Aaron Loup and Eduardo Escobar are now free agents after the Los Angeles Angels declined their team options.

The rosters for the Arizona Fall League All-Star game have been officially announced.

Highlights from Amazin’ Avenue

Catch up on the latest episode of Flushing is Burning, hosted by Grace Carbone.

David Capobianco provides a comprehensive review of Mark Vientos’ 2023 season, which was largely unremarkable.

This Day in Mets History

On this date in 2004, Willie Randolph was introduced as the 18th manager in Mets history.

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