Probability That These Mets Get Traded…

An article by posted on July 19, 2011

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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