Take the “open for business” sign down. The Mets aren’t talking like a team planning on selling off assets at the moment. Emboldened by their strong finish to a 10-game road trip, manager Terry Collins and general manager Sandy Alderson both expressed optimism a playoff run is possible. “We’re talking about making a run,” Collins...
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