On Friday, the Mets agreed to deals with all of their arbitration-eligible players, including starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard, who agreed to a $9.7 million deal.
At times, Syndergaard's long-term future with the Mets has seemingly been in question, but SNY's Andy Martino said on The Thread Friday, that the Mets have a lot of moving pieces right now, making it hard to predict what the future will hold for the right-hander.
"If you had asked me any time over the past year, I would have said through sources that there's no chance Noah Syndergaard remains a Met long-term," Martino said. "He's either going to get traded or play out his time as a Met and leave as a free agent.
"Now I haven't received any indication that that has changed, and that again was from sources really on all sides of this situation over quite a bit of time. Having said that, the entire Mets organization is in a little bit of flux … So that creates a variable where I'm less confident really predicting anything, including what I've been saying for quite a while through sources, that Syndergaard was, whether it was now or later, on his way out with the Mets."