Mets will receive money from Mariners in their almost final trade to acquire Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz from Seattle, per a report by Jon Heyman . He also says that parameters still stand where we all ended last night, with Mets who sent Jay Bruce and Anthony Swarzak together with the prospects Jarred Kelenic and Justin Dunn-plus possibly an additional to Mariners. And this one is still a relief cruiser Gerson Bautista, Andy Martino mentions that Jeff McNeil was in the shop until Mets decided that they would not trade him.
How much money The Navy and Shipment to Mets have not yet been reported, and the amount will probably play a part in the overall perception of the deal. Cano is set to make $ 1
20 million over the five remaining years in his contract, and while Diaz is still extremely affordable, he will eventually get arbitration. By 2019, Bruce’s and Swarzak’s wages are almost completely complete and by 2020, Bruce’s salary accounts for more than half of the canoe-before we have information about how much Seattle will cover.