Found July 05, 2012 on Mets360.com:
I reached out to friends in the Mets blogosphere recently to ask the following question: What three prospects are the Mets most likely to trade before the end of the 2012 season? These guys all do great work and their names are hyperlinked to their blogs so please go ahead and click on them to check out their real stuff. Mack Ade – World Famous Sandlapper Trainer Wow… Trading “prospects” are done for one of three reasons: 1.A team is too deep positionally with prospects and someone doesn’t show the ability to excel at another position (a good example would be a ‘healthy’ Zach Lutz). 2. A team can immediately get a time-tested major league player to fill in one of the slots in the parent team’s lineup card (example: Carlos Beltran for Zack Wheeler). 3. You want to get rid of someone who has ‘issues’ as well as talent before the other team figures out they made a bad deal (example: trading Jordany Valdespin a year ago). My guess… Jeurys Familia… Josh Edgin… Jefry Marte John Cop
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