The Mets have been aggressive in their efforts to trade for Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto, who the Marlins could deal before the Winter Meetings end on Thursday. Here's the latest...
Dec. 11, 9.55 PM:
The Phillies "don't have enough" to trade for Realmuto, a source told NBC Sports' Jim Salisbury.
Dec. 11, 6:52 PM:
Ken Rosenthal said on MLB Network that he believes the Mets will get Realmuto.
"It sounds to me, trying to sift through this, that the Mets are the team," he said "They are pushing this the hardest, they want him the most, and they're going to find a way to get him."
Dec. 11, 4:40 PM:
The Phillies are involved in trade talks for Realmuto, according to MLB.com's Jon Morosi.
Dec. 11, 3:32 PM:
The Mets remain open to trading Amed Rosario as part of a deal for Realmuto, reports SNY's Andy Martino, who says the Mets are not as reluctant to move Rosario as they're saying publicly.
While the Mets remain aggressive on Realmuto, the three-team trade talks involving Syndergaard, the Marlins and the Yankees were not progressing as of Tuesday afternoon, according to Morosi.
Dec. 11, 12:03 PM:
The Yankees are willing to trade Miguel Andujar, who could be a potential fit to go to the Marlins for Realmuto, according to multiple reports.