Originally posted on Mets Merized Online  |  Last updated 12/14/12
Update 7:15pm:   Andy Martino of the Daily News is reporting that Travis D’Arnaud was a “must have” at the winter meetings in a potential deal for Dickey. According to sources of MLB.com’s Anthony Dicomo’s, Dickey will remain a Met for at least one more night, citing that a deal is unlikely to be completed this evening. Keep it locked, as the news on this could change by the minute!!! Update: 6:00 pm: The Rangers are out on Dickey, reports Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports and they never offered Mike Olt and pitching prospect Cody Buckel. The Blue Jays will not trade both center fielder Anthony Gose AND catching prospect Travis D’Arnaud for Dickey, Matt Cerrone speculates that the Mets must have a good offer from the Blue Jays, however they’re still talking with at least the Angels and Orioles, so the deal isn’t done. Cerrone also is reporting that the Blue Jays are willing to deal J.P. Arencibia and Gose in a deal for Dickey and would prefer Niese for D’Arnaud. According to MLB Network, one
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