Found November 06, 2011 on Matthew Cerrone's Mets Blog:
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In a report for the New York Post, a source told Joel Sherman the Mets are open to trading David Wright this winter “as part of a complete facelift/rebuild away from Wright and Jose Reyes,” saying: “We will listen on Wright for sure…We know we are not going to win it all in 2012. We have to hope the Phillies get old and we are in position to take advantage of that in 2013-14, and we have to figure out ways to speed the process to get there.” Sherman believes if the Mets could find a “a young arm or two” and a defensive-oriented centerfielder in exchange for Wright, they will seriously consider such a move. Matthew Cerrone: I still expect Wright to be on the Opening Day roster. The way I understand it, the team is more likely to consider trading Wright next summer (if they’re struggling, plus if there is a market for him). It sounds to me like the Mets will listen to offers, because I think that’s policy on every player. However, in the end, Wright stays because the market for him...
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