HarthorneWingo wrote:blueNorange wrote:guess yankees won't be getting degrom for a crap package.
As the Mets explore potential trades, their focus has turned away from Jacob deGrom and Noah Syndergaard, and much more on moving Steven Matz and Zack Wheeler.
No moves are imminent, according to people involved in the process. But when other teams call, they are hearing that deGrom and even Syndergaard are not really available.
A few weeks ago, Mets people expressed an openness to trading deGrom and/or Syndergaard as a way to facilitate a quick rebuild. The vibe has since shifted considerably, and the team expects to hold onto both at least until the end of the season.
In the case of deGrom, I sense an understandable reluctance to part with a player of that caliber. As for Syndergaard, he hasn't pitched enough to bring back full value. Expect him to be the subject of many rumors this winter.
Wheeler and Matz are pitching well, though other teams are naturally wary of their histories of injury and inconsistency. Their value remains to be seen.
Wheeler and Matz are just starting to pitch well. I've come full circle and now think we should keep our pitching and make moves - dare I say "spend money"? - and acquire some position players.
We can start with trading Cabrera and maybe Familia.
The problem is Cespedes makes a lot of money and will always be hurt. Can't trust him.
Cespedes, Bruce, Lagares, Frazier, Swarzak, and Vargas. That's 76 million dollars and 6 roster spots right there.
We aren't signing an outfielder.
Who are we signing? Keep in mind we also need a bullpen too. I don't want to sign anyone until we clear the crap off this roster. Free agents kill us.
deGrom's prime is being wasted.