Here's what happened in Mets land on Monday, in case you missed it...
Yoshinobu Yamamoto has been posted by his Japanese club, opening a 45-day negotiating window
SNY's MLB Insider Andy Martino reported Yamamoto will meet with teams in early December
The Phillies, who inked Aaron Nola to a big deal over the weekend, reportedly plan to be “pretty aggressive” in pursuing the 25-year-old Japanese right-hander
The Cardinals signed veteran righty Lance Lynn and Martino writes how that signing sets an important market for the Mets
David Stearns' team made their first signing: Right-hander Cole Sulser joined on a minor league deal with an invite to MLB spring training
Free agent pitcher Reynaldo Lopez, a potential Mets target, agreed to a three-year, $30 million deal with the Atlanta Braves
Shohei Ohtani's future and the effect of being a two-way player was the topic up for discussion on Baseball Night in NY