Asdurbal Cabrera, Neil Walker, AJ Ramos, and Yoenis Cespedes are the latest Mets to clear waivers, reports Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports.
The players are now eligible to be traded this season, along with Jay Bruce and Curtis Granderson, who were already cleared, according to MLB Network's Ken Rosenthal. GM Sandy Alderson said there is a strong possibility Granderson or Bruce could be traded.
Cabrera, who started the season at shortstop, has shown versatility by playing 20 games at second base and 12 games at third base this season. Meanwhile, Walker reportedly drew interest in the final stretch before the trade deadline, according to Newsday. He played his first career major league game at first base on Saturday.
The Mets acquired Ramos ahead of the trade deadline when they shipped two prospects to the Marlins in exchange for him. He has appeared in two games since joining the Mets, allowing two runs on three hits.
Cespedes, who has been limited to 63 games due to injuries, is hitting .278 with 11 home runs and 30 RBIs this season.