The New York Mets do not currently have any apparent plans to trade Noah Syndergaard. However, that hasn’t stopped several MLB teams from making inquiries about the right-handed pitcher, as a new report suggested on Wednesday.
Citing unnamed sources familiar with the purported inquiries, MLB.com‘s Jon Paul Morosi wrote that there have been “multiple teams,” including the San Diego Padres, that have expressed interest in trading for Syndergaard, and were previously linked to the 26-year-old starter during the last offseason. As further noted, the Padres’ farm system features several “high-end” pitching prospects who could be used as trade fodder as they try to upgrade their pitching rotation with a veteran starter before the July 31 trade deadline.
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by – inquisitr.com