Veteran 3B Todd Frazier joined the Mets with the vision of winning. He wasn't looking for a rebuild.
It was reported by SNY's Andy Martino that the Mets are having "internal discussions" about whether they want to hear offers on their stud flamethrowers in Jacob deGrom and Noah Syndergaard.
If one or both of these arms end up moving by the trade deadline, Frazier wouldn't be happy.
"I'm not a big fan of rebuilds," Frazier said after the game. "...You don't trade guys like Jacob deGrom or Noah Snydergaard or Zack Wheeler, just to name three off the top of my head. Those are top-of-the-line pitchers that you want on your squad for the rest of their careers."
deGrom has been putting together a career year with a 1.51 ERA over 95.1 innings this season. And while he is currently on the DL, Syndergaard has some of the nastiest stuff on the mound at the young age of 25.
In the end, though, Frazier believes the front office may listen but won't pull the trigger on any trades regarding their No. 1 and No. 2 starters.
"In my mind, I think they want to keep this team together," Frazier said. "It's a good bunch of guys."