The Mets don't currently have any more trades in the works, GM Sandy Alderson said on Monday.
"There's another week or so between now and the August 31 deadline for players to be on a playoff roster. So, anything can happen," Alderson said, according to Newsday. "As of right now, there's nothing in the works."
With the team ouf of contention, the Mets have traded Lucas Duda, Addison Reed, Jay Bruce, Neil Walker, and Curtis Granderson over the last few weeks.
"That was probably the most difficult transaction here at the deadline, simply because he's been here for almost four years, and more importantly because of the contributions he made on the field, in the clubhouse and in the community," Alderson said about Granderson. "He's just a first-rate individual and somebody who represented the Mets so well over the last four years. It's really hard to let him go."
The Mets have recently seen an increase in interest for INF Asdrubal Cabrera, who cleared waivers earlier this month. The team has a 2018 option on Cabrera.
In order for a player to be included on a team's potential postseason roster, he must be in the organization by Aug. 31.