Adam Rubin got the sense that Ike Davis is a goner after a Mets insider told him that teams view him as a decent power bat with a change of scenery.
Davis is drawing far more interest from other clubs than Lucas Duda, and it looks fairly likely Davis ultimately will get traded this offseason.
A half-dozen teams have reportedly checked in with the Mets this offseason on the availability of Ike Davis and Lucas Duda, according to several reports including this one from Jon Heyman who says the Astros, Orioles, Rays, Brewers and Rockies all have checked in as the Mets field offers.
Two sources with direct knowledge of the team’s thinking told the Andy Martino of the Daily News that the club would rather trade Davis and keep Duda.
Adam Rubin believes that Davis is the more risky player to trade because he could end up being a 30-plus-homer guy with plus fielding skills. Of course he could continue floundering as he has for most of the last two seasons.
The Mets could just delay their deci...