The deadline for trade is just over a week. Let’s gather the latest Mets Trade Front news.
on Sunday, and New York Post He polled a slew of league executives and asked where Juan Soto might land. The heavily favored answer was the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Mets looked at CG Crohn of Colorado, a first baseman to hit with his right hand, he says SNY. Kron doesn’t have the right/left splits that Daniel Vogelbach does, but he risks playing poorly off Coorse.
At home, the Crohn hits .32/.393/.674 with 16 home runs and 53 RBI.
On the road he was hitting .229/.296/.399 with 5 home runs and 16 RBI.
The Mets are one of several teams that have Make a commercial offer Josh Bell of the Washington Nationals. The offer was reportedly to send the Mets as a first-tier minor-league regular and defensive tackle in exchange for Bale and a major-league loyalist.
New York continues Tre Mancini poll of Baltimore Orioles SNY. One of the best rental bats on the market, the Mancini has a slash line of .268/.345/.404 this season.
mets watching JD Martinez availability on deadline. Given their latest game, the Red Sox may be sold out by next week. Martinez scores .302/.368/.481 with nine home runs and 38 RBI points. He’s a rental racket with his contract expiring at the end of the season.
Cubs keeper David Robertson hasn’t been officially named a target for the Mets but the addition makes sense. Now 37, Robertson has successfully performed in New York in the past and has the drive to win.
Robertson described Mets general manager Billy Ebler as “a friend of mine.” Ebler was a Yankees executive during his first stint in the Bronx.
He said, “I’ll come over there and do what I can.” Newsday. “You win some, you lose some, you get out there and you totally enjoy. And when that happens, you just have to take responsibility for it. It happens. It’s not for lack of effort, that’s for sure. No matter where I am, I always give it my all to try.” to get the job done.”
The Red Sox has Register in On the first Mets base. Smith is currently on the 10-day hit list and will not improve his commercial value before the deadline in the coming weeks. Smith hasn’t hit a home run in an entire calendar year and the Mets have been looking to move on from him since the spring.