Good Morning Mets Fans! Here is a happy new week and some more good moves from Brodie Van Wagenen and…
Good Morning Mets Fans! Here is a happy new week and some more good moves from Brodie Van Wagenen and companies. According to several reports, including Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic Seattle Mariners has agreed on a deal that will send shortstop Jean Segura to Philadelphia Phillies. Phillies In Talks to Acquire Jean Segura from Mariners
. The return to Seattle is not known yet, but shortstop and former Phillies top spectator JP Crawford are expected to be part of the deal.
As Rosenthal notes, Segura has a complete non-trade clause in his contract and it is still not known if he will refrain from it. As Jon Heyman noted last night, Segura’s agent said “If a deal is meaningful to Jean, he will consider and there are many variables to consider.”
Segura, 28, is written under 2022 with a team option for 2023. Segura has slashed .308 / .353 / .449 in bats in the last three seasons. Segura started in Milwaukee, saw playoff baseball in Arizona but could never get Seattle to October baseball and playoffs.
Last week, Mariners robbed Robinson Cano, Edwin Diaz and Alex Colome. Today, as mentioned above, rumors about Jean Segura and a potential
According to MLBTrade the Rumors of Mariners “has its way, third baseman Kyle Seager will be the next veteran to resign.” As Buster Olney of ESPN notes, the club is willing to “do what it takes” to move the third baseman.
Seager is usually a very reliable third baseman, but he is from a rough 2018 season. He broke into place in 2012 with the sailors, and has had seven consecutive years with at least 20 home runs and at least 70 RBI in five consecutive years. He has seen a drastic drop-off on average each of the last three seasons, going from .278 2016 to .221 in 2018.
His situation resembles Canos by being contracted until 2021 with a club  Rendon Wants To Extend With Citizens
According to MLBTrade Rumors, Anthony Rendon wants to extend an extension to the citizens following the 2019 season, which is his contract year. The article says that “he told Chelsea Janes of Washington Post and other reporters Sunday that he is ” up for “ signing an extension.
The third baseman revealed that he and Nats” has discussed an extension for a year and added that, when he hopes to stay in Washington, he would be pleased to come in next season without a new contract. “
Rendon has spent the duration of his six-year career in Washington, and has ended the top 11 in the MVP votes half of the seasons of his career. He has written an OPS of at least 900 in back-to-back seasons.
According to Ken Rosenthal from Athletic looks Orioles at some current bench coached
Brandon Hyde – Among those who will interview Oriole’s leading job, sources tell the athletic. The team will talk with at least six personally. Ex-manager like Hale thought to be preferable, but new GM Elias open. “
Hale, formerly With third third coach and Diamondback’s manager, went 148-176 in two seasons with Arizona, missing playoffs both seasons. He coached for Mets 2009-2010, A’s from 2011-2013, then Diamondbacks from 2015-2016 and most recently with citizens from 2017 until today.