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Mets Offer Humber For Cordero

UPDATE: SI.com's Jon Heyman says the Mets have offered Philip Humber to the Nationals for Cordero, but are holding fast with their bigger name prospects.  He also confirms that the Diamondbacks are in on Cordero and could offer Carlos Quentin.

According to Barry Svrluga of the Washington Post, the fates of Chad Cordero and Jon Rauch might be tied to Eric Gagne.  Gagne has the lower asking price and limited no-trade protection, and Jim Bowden may wait until that situation is resolved.

Some possible names on the Nats' radar include Wily Mo Pena, Carlos Quentin, and Philip Humber.  Humber is one prospect the Mets are willing to trade, according to Jayson Stark.  Those names don't exactly gel with the previous demands were hearing from Jim Bowden.  Will Bowden back down?  Will a desperate team offer a top flight prospect like an Adam Jones?  Or will Cordero and Rauch just stay put like last year?


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