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Olney: Mets Asked About Jason Jennings

According to ESPN's Buster Olney, the Mets asked about Jason Jennings.  The Mets were known to have tried to trade for Jennings last winter.  Now they can get him at a reasonable price without surrendering players. 

So far in the young offseason, we've only seen the Rockies linked to Jennings.  If he can prove he's healthy after having a torn flexor tendon repaired, many teams are going to view him as a potential bargain.  You have to respect the fact that Jennings battled tendon soreness and inflammation since the middle of the 2006 season before succumbing to surgery (per Baseball Injury Report). 


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