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Mets, St. Lucie County agree to keep spring training in Port St. Lucie

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Mets, St. Lucie County agree to keep spring training in Port St. Lucie

Mets, St. Lucie County agree to keep spring training in Port St. Lucie

St.

Lucie County and the New York Mets have reached an agreement that would keep the ball club in Port St.

Lucie for another 20-plus years.

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