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Heyman On Reyes, Beltran

The latest from SI's Jon Heyman...

  • One NL exec believes the Mets will have to be "overwhelmed" or get a "clear win" to trade shortstop Jose Reyes, which is in line with previous reports.  The Mets are 4.5 games back in the wild card, but have the luxury of seeing how the next 30 days or so unfold.  For our look at the shortstop market, click here.
  • I assume the same logic applies to Carlos Beltran, that the Mets wouldn't deal him for prospects if they're still in contention.  Heyman says the Mets would eat most or all of Beltran's remaining money if they can get a decent young piece or two, and that the right fielder would probably waive his no-trade clause to go to a contender.  At the trade deadline he'll have about $6MM left on his contract.
  • Josh Willingham, Michael Bourn, and Ivan Rodriguez fill out the top five on Heyman's list of the best potentially available position players.  The Nationals' Roger Bernadina sneaks onto the list at #23.








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