Probability That These Mets Get Traded…

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Jon Morosi of FOX Sports has the Reds interested in Mets reliever, Jason Isringhausen.

Meanwhile, sources say the Reds have had internal discussions about a number of middle and setup relievers. The list includes Jim Johnson and Koji Uehara of the Orioles; Jason Isringhausen of the Mets; Jason Frasor of the Blue Jays; and Todd Coffey of the Nationals.

Mets on the Move

On a scale of 1-10 the probability these Mets get traded, 10 being the highest probability.

10 – Carlos Beltran – He never had any chance to remain a Met, front office never had any desire to keep him.

9 - Jason Isringhausen - I’ll be shocked if he’s still here in August.

8 – Chris Capuano - He could help any team willing to give him some run support.

7 – Tim Byrdak - If somebody bites, he’s gone, there’s no reason to keep him here..

6 - Daniel Murphy – He’ll end up in the AL at some point anyway, teams will love his bat, why not? 

5 – Mike Pelfrey - Wish he was closer to 10, but seriously what contender would even touch him? 

4 – David Wright – He’s gone if someone blows the Mets away, but why would anyone do that?

3 – Jose Reyes – He won’t get traded, but that’s not a guarantee he gets re-signed.

3 – R.A. Dickey - He’s not going anywhere, has another year on his deal, FO likes him.

2 – Ronny Paulino – If the Mets had just one capable backstop in minors, he’d be gone.

2 – D.J. Carrasco – He’s our problem and nobody else’s. Has another year left on 2-year deal. 

1 – Willie Harris, Jason Pridie, Jason Bay, Angel Pagan, Josh Thole - Yeah, right… Keep dreamin’.

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