Jeff Passan from Yahoo Sports reports that a large movement sends a second baseman to another player Robinson Cano and nearest star Edwin Diaz Seattle Mariners at the New York Mets.
Passan said that although the exchange is not over yet, there is more and more expectation for an exchange between the two teams.
There is nothing in the report on the return of the Mariners, although the attacker of the Mets Jay Bruce has been mentioned in several reports to make money grow. Reports have also suggested that Mets should give up on one of their major prospects in the deal.
Bruce is two years old and has $ 28 million left on his contract after having struggled with the Mets in the 2018 season.
Cano, 36, has a .304 / .355 / .493 slash with 311 home runs, 1233 points scored and 127 OPS + over his 14 year career. Since leaving the Yankees for the Mariners in 2014, Cano has earned 296 / .353 / .472 with a 129 OPS +.
Veteran Cano beat .303 / .374 / .471 with 10 homers, 50 RBIs and a total of 136 OPS + in 80 games last year for the Mariners. He missed a good part of the season because of a suspension of steroids and a broken hand.
Cano is five years old, with $ 120 million left, which Mets chief executive Brodie Van Wagenen helped broker.
Diaz, 24, had a 1.96 silver in 73 appearances last season (73.1 innings), making 57 saves at the top of the league with 124 strikeouts, 17 strikeouts and 208 or more wins . The right-hander has a career of 2.64 at ERA, 2.56 FIP and 14.2 K / 9 in 191 major league heats over three seasons.