25 Jul 2018 22:10:26
If Mets want to revamp team and farm system they should do trades as follow

Trade 1 -
San Diego Padres: Noah Syndergaard

New York Mets: 2 or 3 of the following (depending whose in deal) - Fernando Tatis jr., Francisco Mejia, Luis Urias, Michel Baez, Adrian Morejon or Logan Allen

Trade 2 -
NYY: degrom

NYM: torres, florial, Sheffield or Abreu

Trade 3 -
Highest bidder - Zack Wheeler

Other trades -
See if you can get decent value for Cabrera and Flores

Whatever you can get for Joey Bats and Mesoraco

1.) 26 Jul 2018
26 Jul 2018 02:14:13
Move off of the Yankees acquiring deGrom, they are not trading Torres and Sheffield.

2.) 26 Jul 2018
26 Jul 2018 16:45:01
The Padres are not trading Tatis or Urias. Mejia is unlikely since they just got him. Baex, Morejon, or Allen makes sense. They also have plenty of good prospects to include. I think they could include Margot in a deal with how much depth they have in the outfield. Jankowski or Cordero could take over. Buddy reed not far off either.

3.) 28 Jul 2018
28 Jul 2018 14:57:29
If the Mets could pull most of this off, they need to try. They can push for Tatis and Urias, although I don't know if they'd get both. For argument's sake, let's say they get Tatis, Margot and Baez or Morejon.

I don't think the Yankees are considering moving Torres, so you can replace him with someone else from the farm. possibly even getting Sanchez. Sanchez, Sheffield, Florial?

I think Wheeler will get you a legitimate prospect or two at this point. The Brewers have been rumored to be interested. Maybe Dubon and Diplan?

Cabrera has already brought back Kilome, who slots in as their #5 prospect.

Flores is an interesting play. He's got defensive versatility like Brock Holt has defensive versatility. meaning he can play just about anywhere at a mediocre level, but nowhere at a great level. He would be a great plug and play kind of guy for just about any contender. possibly the Dodgers who are missing Turner right now, or the Mariners who could use an upgrade on the right side of the infield.