MLB trade rumors: Mets willing to listen to offers for ‘virtually everyone on their roster’

New York opened the season 11-1 but has struggled since. It has dropped 12 of its last 15 games and currently holds a 30-38 record.

The Mets are ready to explore the possibility of dealing some of their top pieces, according to a report from The Athletic. They will listen to offers for virtually everyone on their roster, the report says.

Ogletree, happy to be with the Giants, tweeted Please keep Mr. Gettleman and his family in your thoughts. I know he will be stronger than ever when he returns!!

Following the draft, Gettleman began feeling fatigued, which at first seemed normal, considering he had been going so hard for so long. When the fatigue persisted, a full medical workup revealed he has cancer.

But the game really got interesting late.

Dylan Cozens blasted a two-run home run for the Phillies in the top of the ninth, and it looked like Philadelphia was going to get a huge road win. But Heyward, who has struggled in a Cubs uniform, had the last laugh.

With the win, the Cubs moved to 34-24, one game behind the Brewers for the NL Central lead, while the Phillies (32-27) fell 2 1/2 games behind the Nationals and Braves in the NL East.

My plan is to come in here every day and kick ass, Gettleman will say. That’s my plan, OK?

This was the vow he made Dec. 29, the day he was introduced as the Giants’ new general manager. Now the good-natured, 67-year-old kibitzer who is tasked with rebuilding a downtrodden franchise has a greater fight on his hands.

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