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The MLB Daily Dish: MLB trade rumors and news for November 1, 2015

Kick your day off right with the latest news, rumors, and analysis covering what could, should, and will affect your club's roster.

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The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we're running here at MLBDD and rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us at @mlbdailydish on Twitter.

Good morning baseball fans. You had the opportunity to watch some Halloween baseball last night, as the Royals topped the Mets 5-3 in game four of the World Series. Amazin Avenue is calling it a horror show for the Mets, who received a pair of home runs from Michael Conforto.

To add insult to injury, the Mets teased fans with some hope in the ninth inning after Murphy and Yoenis Cespedes singled with one out. Lucas Duda then came to the plate as the tying run and hit a soft flare to Mike Moustakas at third. Cespedes's head was apparently in the clouds as he was caught off of first and doubled up to end the game.

Noah Syndergaard made a statement by throwing a pitch up and in to Alcides Escobar on Friday night. Royal Review's does not believe Syndergaard announced his presence.

Alcides Escobar got knocked down and eventually struck out on what was really a brilliant sequence of pitches by Syndergaard. However, Ben Zobrist, the very next hitter, drilled a pitch some 400 feet for a double, likely a home run in many ballparks. Lorenzo Cain bounced a chopper for an infield single. Eric Hosmer then reached on a ball that should have been a double play but was misplayed in part by Noah Syndergaard being in the way of the relay throw. If anything, in the first inning, the Royals announced their presence with authority. "You got a 100 mph fastball? Great. We're still gonna hit you."

Here is a link to all of the available free agents this winter.

Washington was likely hoping Wilson Ramos would have been more productive in 2015, but regardless is still not expected to pursue Matt Wieters.

Kansas City has reportedly come to terms with the fact they will not have a realistic chance of re-sign Johnny Cueto. As a result, the club will be searching for pitching this winter.

Hector Olivera will see time in left field in Winter League play as the Braves try and determine where he will play in 2016.

Mike Maddux will not return as Texas' pitching coach but have yet to start the interview process for their next instructor.

Atlanta signed Chris Volstad, who could compete for a rotation spot this spring.

Los Angeles will reportedly interview Darin Erstad in the coming days. The former Angels outfielder could emerge as one of the favorites to manage the Dodgers.

The fifth edition of the MLB Daily Dish podcast: The Rosterbatorical is out. You can listen to it below.

This Day in Baseball History: On this day in 2000, Jim Tracy is hired as the Dodgers' manager.

Question of The Day: How much would pay to re-sign Johnny Cueto?