The Mets did not make a trade before Thursday’s non-waiver trade deadline, though GM Sandy Alderson said there was some activity, and talks about ‘”significant players,” but “nothing came to fruition.”
“There were some proposals we made that were not accepted, and some were made to us that we felt were not reasonable,” Alderson said. “We were active in conversations, we just didn’t make any deals.”
The team can still make trades into August, but players will be subject to waivers.
The Mets reportedly fielded interest in both Bartolo Colon and Daniel Murphy, while checking in on other team’s players and scouting the Cubs. In regards to Mets prospects RHP Noah Syndergaard and C Kevin Plawecki, Alderson said he wasn’t ready to “move any of them at the moment.”