Robinson Cano is heading back to the "Big Apple" along with Closer Edwin Diaz in a Blockbuster trade
By Eric Jacinto
On Monday afternoon, the New York Mets and Seattle Mariners agreed on a blockbuster trade that would send eight time all-star second baseman, Robinson Cano and closer, Edwin Diaz to the New York Mets for outfielder, Jay Bruce, reliever pitcher, Andrew Swarzak, right-handed pitcher, Gerson Bautista and two prospects in outfielder, Jarred Kelenic and Justin Dunn a right-handed pitcher.
By: Chris Larson
Heading into this season, many analysts and fans alike, expected the National League to work out the way it has over the past few seasons with the Dodgers winning the West, the Cubs winning the Central, and the Nationals winning the East. Well, here we are in mid-August and only one of those teams currently leads their division.
BY Chris Larson
Going into the season, many expected the New York Mets to potentially contend for a postseason berth, but more than likely miss out on one simply because of the Mets recent track record and the fact that their starting rotation hasn't stayed healthy over the course of a 162 game season the past couple of years. However, the Mets have changed all of our opinions about who they are and really come out of the gate ready to play.
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