• The Mets have agreed to terms with all 26 of their non-arbitration-eligible players, including d'Arnaud and pitchers Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler, the team announced Monday. Most players with less than three years of big league service time fall into that group, typically signing for close to the league minimum of $500,000.
• The Taylor Hooton Foundation, an organization founded to combat the use of performance-enhancing drugs by American children, on Monday named Mets pitcher Dillon Gee to its inaugural advisory board. In that role, Gee will participate in Hooton Foundation activities around New York City, create public-service announcements and provide input on how best to educate young players about the dangers of steroids.
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