Jason Vargas could have made his final start for the Mets on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
SNY's Andy Martino reports that Vargas has drawn interest from teams, and will "probably" be traded before Wednesday's 4 p.m. trade deadline.
However, Martino notes that Vargas will likely not be one of the first pitchers dealt and Vargas will be traded "after the bigger names fall."
Of those bigger names, fellow Mets starters Noah Syndergaard and Zack Wheeler have also found their names in the rumor mill leading up to the deadline.
Vargas, 36, has a 3.96 ERA this season in 17 starts with a 5-5 record. Vargas' numbers have improved as of late, though.
Since April 19, Vargas had a 3.17 ERA heading into his start on Sunday.
Vargas has allowed three runs or fewer in 15 of his last 16 outings, including Sunday against the Pirates when he departed the game after 5.2 inning after allowing three runs. The lefty also has had an excellent season at home this year. Prior to Sunday, he had a 1.83 ERA at Citi Field.