As Jason Vargas struggles, the Mets have remained in touch with free agent starting pitchers Gio Gonzalez and Dallas Keuchel. Here's the latest on Gonzalez...
April 24, 12:16 PM:
Gonzalez has signed with the Brewers, reports SNY's Andy Martino, who says the deal contains a $2 million base salray with an additional $2 million in potential incentives.
April 24, 11:48 AM:
The Brewers have emerged as the frontrunner to sign Gonzalez, reports The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal.
April 24, 11:44 AM:
Gonzalez will "probably choose a team by the end of the week," reports SNY's Andy Martino, who reiterated that several teams are interested.
April 23, 2:08 PM:
Gonzalez is currently "sorting through multiple offers," reports MLB.com's Mark Feinsand, who adds that a signing doesn't appear imminent.
April 22, 2:35 PM:
The market for Gonzalez will be "more robust" than it was during the offseason, and the Brewers are now interested in bringing him back, reports SNY's Andy Martino. Meanwhile, Martino notes that the Mets are "more intrigued" by Gonzalez now than they were during the offseason -- with Gonzalez seen as a more likely signing than Keuchel.
April 20, 3:30 PM:
Gonzalez will opt out of his deal with the Yankees and become a free agent, reports SNY's Andy Martino.
April 19, 4:39 PM:
With Gonzalez expected to opt out of his deal with the Yankees, the Mets sent a scout to watch him pitch in Buffalo -- but the game was rained out.