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Sugano’s decision is coming soon

December 27: Japan’s pitcher Tomoyuki Sugano is approaching the deadline to sign on January 7, and Harler still has at least five suitors. Report from Jon Paul Morosi on The Blue Jays, Padres, Giants, Mets and Red Sox are still pursuing Sugano, who recorded 1.97 ERA in 20 games at the Yomiuri Giants in Nippon Professional Baseball in 2020.

Bauer and Mets maintain a great fit

December 26: Anthony Castrovince on Sum the best for each remaining free agent From the top 25, give out only one free agent per team. Mets checks both the analysis and entertainment boxes and is the best fit for Trevor Bauer, according to Castro Vince. Mets needs a rotation boost and new owner Steve Cohen is expected to make a splash. The Mets rotation was the fifth worst ERA in baseball last year.

Report: Mets contacted LeMahieu

December 22: MLB Network insider John Hayman has recently reported that Mets may have recently contacted DJ LeMahieu to set up a Big Apple showdown for free agent second baseman.

Yankees have Clarified Resigning LeMahieu is a top priority, Reportedly Earlier this week, there was still a significant gap in contract negotiations between the two countries, leaving the door open for another club to raid.

Mets addressed the catcher’s hole by signing a four-year $ 40.6 million contract with James McCann, but the club probably hasn’t finished spending. Amazine is connected to George Springer and Trevor Bauer, and LeMahieu could also be a target. Details>

Mets may be the most flashy team on the hot stove
December 22: Mets has always been identified as a team to monitor this offseason, especially since Steve Cohen took the reins as the owner. And New York has already confirmed that sentiment by signing two major free agents, catcher James McCann and relief Trevor May. Of course, the consensus is that the club isn’t over yet.

on Tuesday, ESPN Announces Annual Hot Stove SurveyWe surveyed “20 Team Executives and Baseball Insiders” about the number of important off-season questions. Of those 20, 12 eventually chose Mets as the team to make the biggest splash this winter. The Angels finished second with four votes.

What does that splash come with?Trevor Bauer, DJ LeMahieu, etc. are possible, but Mets is probably the most closely related Center fielder George Springer.. In fact, when it comes to his market, 13 out of 20 survey respondents chose Queens as his destination. Therefore, if there is no Springer Patrol Center in Citi Field next season, it can be considered upset.

In addition, MLB Network Insider Joel Sherman Reported on Tuesday at the New York Post What Mets is “investigating” Free agent right-handed Tomoyuki Sugano, Ace Jacob DeGrom who was able to help enhance their rotation behind. 31-year-old Sugano was posted by the Yomiuri Giants of Nippon Professional Baseball earlier this month, following an eight-year success with the team.

Can Mets and Rocky make a deal?

December 16: The Rocky Mountains want Mets to be involved in the Nolan Arenado trading, MLB Network insider John Morozi said Wednesday morning. He said the NL West club does not like to deal with the Dodgers in its own division. The Rocky Mountains rather wanted to handle eight Gold Glove Awards outside the division, and Mets was able to meet the bill. JD Davis is the team’s main third baseman, but his name appeared in trade negotiations this offseason.

Mets agrees with McCann. What’s next?

December 12: Mets 4-year contract It’s worth more than $ 40 million, along with free-agent catcher James McCann, according to reports. The need for a New York catcher seemed to ideally fit the club to JT Realmuto at the beginning of the off-season, but the club decided to choose a cheaper option at McCann.

Since Mets is linked to George Springer and Trevor Bauer, choosing McCann over Realmuto could signal a bigger free agent splash.

Given the vast resources of new owner Steve Cohen and his desire to win now, it may even be possible for Mets to ink both Springer and Bauer. Andy Martino from SNY I downplayed the possibility of such a move.

Newark Star Ledger’s Bob Klapisch Mets president Sandy Alderson is more interested in Bauer, but Cohen reported on Thursday that he prefers Springer.

Is Springer a “required” signature for Mets?

December 11: If the Mets actually finished the pursuit of free-agent catcher James McCann and left JT Realmuto on the market, would it make George Springer a “must-see” in New York?

The countdown of 30 teams from the clubs that most need Mike Petri’s Springer from Amazine’s top outperforms the Blue Jays and Red Sox. Petriello says Steve Cohen is under pressure to sign one of the “big names” on the market.

“This used to be perfect,” writes Petriello. “Now it’s almost what you need.” Details>

– MLB Sports

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