Here's what Mets want in Noah Syndergaard trade and five teams that have it
Matthew Cerrone's understanding -- after talking to MLB insiders this past weekend -- is that to trade Syndergaard, the Mets would need to get back a comparable, elite position player able to help the team win in 2019.
Mets Rumor Roundup for Monday, Nov. 19: Will the Marlins really trade J.T. Realmuto?
The Mets should be looking to improve their bullpen, as well as add an everyday catcher, at least one impact hitter and depth beneath the entire roster.
Jenrry Mejia released by Mets after 3 drug suspensions
Pitcher Jenrry Mejia was released Tuesday by the New York Mets after serving three drug suspensions. The 29-year-old right-hander from the Dominican Republic was told in July by baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred that he could return to the big leagues in 2019. Mejia was suspended for life on Feb. 12, 2016, after his third positive test for a banned steroid.
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