Mets unlikely to trade Noah Syndergaard

Rex Christensen
December 7, 2018

Van Wagenen also indicated that he wanted to change the Mets' culture of relying on too many "what-if" scenarios, creating a foundation of talent so that the team doesn't fall apart if something doesn't go according to plan. "I would say blessed to be able to wear this uniform, this franchise, history... and also happy to be back in NY". Van Wagenen previously was an agent and represented the former Yankees slugger. Cano said the substance was given to him by a licensed doctor in the Dominican Republic.

"I'm more than happy", Cano said.

Cano is halfway through a $240 million, 10-year contract. He waived his no-trade clause to return to NY and is expected to stay at second base. But when the Mets heard he might be included in a trade to NL East rival Philadelphia, they accelerated their efforts.

Diaz, just 24 years old, joins his new team as one of the most coveted trade targets of the offseason.

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The Mets sent top prospect Jarred Kelenic, prospect Justin Dunn, veteran outfielder Jay Bruce, right-hander Gerson Bautista, and reliever Anthony Swarzak to the Mariners in exchange for the duo. He led the league in saves with 57 and posted a sterling 1.96 ERA on the season. Mather's comments may have come months ago, but Dipoto said the team intends to compete in 2019 as recently as a few weeks ago, which is really where everyone should feel betrayed.

Could they have gotten more? The Mets figure to have cash on hand, with insurance money coming for now-finished third baseman David Wright and big-hitting Yoenis Cespedes, whose return from double-heel surgery is uncertain.

Were these the right moves? "That's the path we're taking".

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