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Mets' Neil Walker: No guarantee to receive qualifying offer
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The rise in the qualifying offer to $17.2 million may mean that the Mets do not make an offer to Walker (back), the NY Post reports.

Walker, who underwent back surgery Sept. 9 to address a herniated disk, ably filled the Mets' second base spot, albeit not at the production Daniel Murphy had this year. With Dilson Herrera traded to Cincinnati, second base within the organization has no direct pipeline. But if Walker does not return, the Mets could go with some combination of T.J Rivera, Jose Reyes and possibly Gavin Cecchini to fill that position.

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Mets' Jose Reyes: Possible super-utility role in 2017
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Reyes may fill a super-utility role, similar to Ben Zobrist, with the Mets next season, the NY Post reports.

The Mets hold a 2017 option on Reyes which they are likely to exercise. Reyes mostly played third base this year with David Wright sidelined due to injury. Next season, Reyes could see time at third, short, second and left field to maximize the number of games he is on the field and his usefulness to the Mets.

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Mets' Matt Harvey: Begins throwing after surgery
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Harvey (shoulder) began throwing Monday for the first time since undergoing surgery to repair his thoracic outlet syndrome, Adam Rubin of ESPN reports.

This marks an important step in Harvey's rehab from July 18 shoulder surgery. He will likely look to elongate his throwing distance as the next phase of his rehab. It's currently uncertain if the former All-Star will be ready for the start of spring training in February.

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Mets' Asdrubal Cabrera: Will not need surgery
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Cabrera (knee) will not need to undergo surgery to address a strained patellar tendon, Adam Rubin of ESPN.com reports.

Cabrera was slowed at the end of the year by the knee ailment -- though it didn't force him to miss any significant playing time -- and went for an evaluation Monday to determine how to proceed. The shortstop will apparently be able to avoid going under the knife and has elected to attempt to rehab over the offseason in an attempt to get back to full health in time for the start of spring training.

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Mets' Wilmer Flores: Successfully undergoes surgery Friday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Flores successfully underwent surgery Friday to remove part of the hamate bone in his right wrist, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.

Thankfully for Flores, he's expected to be ready to go far before the start of spring training, so unless his rehabilitation hits some roadblocks, he should be ready to go for 2017. The 25-year-old will likely continue his role as a super utility sub next season.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGAsdrubal Cabrera , SS.280
HRJay Bruce , RF33
RBIJay Bruce , RF99
OBPYoenis Cespedes , LF.354
SLGYoenis Cespedes , LF.530
RCurtis Granderson , RF88
SBJose Reyes , 3B9
WBartolo Colon , SP15
ERANoah Syndergaard , SP2.60
WHIPNoah Syndergaard , SP1.15
KNoah Syndergaard , SP218
SVJeurys Familia , RP51

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