Noah Syndergaard trade rumors: Mets ace says, ‘I think I’m staying put’

first_imgIf the Mets keep Syndergaard through Wednesday’s trade deadline, they could still deal another starter in pending free agent Zack Wheeler. Closer Edwin Diaz and third baseman Todd Frazier could also be on the move from New York.“I still hope everyone is in this clubhouse tomorrow, past July 31,” Syndergaard said. “The sky’s the limit still.” Noah Syndergaard doesn’t think he’s going anywhere anytime soon. The Mets ace addressed recent trade speculation after his start against the White Sox on Tuesday, saying the rumors are “getting kind of old.” “It’s encouraging at the same time, I guess I’m a hot commodity at some point,” Syndergaard added. “Now it’s starting to get kind of old.”Syndergaard holds a 7-5 record with a 4.10 ERA in 21 starts this season. The Mets reportedly were “fully intent” on moving the right-hander and wanted “multiple top prospects” in exchange for him. He remains an attractive asset because he’ll be under team control through the 2021 season. MLB trade rumors: Mets deal Jason Vargas to Phillies MLB trade rumors: Astros ‘working hard to acquire’ Mets starter Zack Wheeler MLB trade rumors: Mets may want Andrew Benintendi from Red Sox for Edwin Diaz “I don’t think anything is going to happen … I think I’m staying put,” Syndergaard said (via SNY). “It’s always in the back of my mind. I try not to harp on things that are outside of my control.”Noah Syndergaard admits that the trade talks “get kind of old”:— SNY (@SNYtv) July 31, 2019Syndergaard said he’s been in contact with the Mets’ front office and doesn’t think his status with New York will change anytime soon, despite his name being linked to a variety of trade possibilities. Most recently, he has been connected to the Padres and Yankees, though those conversations reportedly have died down. MLB Network indicated Wednesday a deal with San Diego “feels like a long shot.”  Related Newslast_img read more

Pal Dardai: I have always believe in Vedad Ibisevic

first_imgVedad Ibisevic crowned his great performance in last night’s match between Hertha and Cologne with two goals, which reminded everyone on the best days of his career, but also confirmed that he has returned in the desired shape, which he was not into last year in Stuttgart.Pal Dardai did not hide his satisfaction.“I have always believed in Ibisevic and I knew that he has goal getter capabilities. Our attacking line has been freshened up with his arrival. He was without achieved goal for too long, and in my opinion he should achieved it earlier. Last night he had a great performance against a very quality opponent,” said the coach of Hertha.Hertha will travel to Frankfurt in the next round where they will play the match with Eintracht. The match is scheduled for the weekend. After six rounds, the Old lady from Berlin is on the fifth place, with 10 points.(Source: read more