Good morning Mets fans! Here is a successful new week and a few more good moves from Brodie Van Wagenen and her company.
Phillies in Discussion with Jean Segura of Mariners
According to several reports, including Ken Rosenthal of the Seattle Mariners have agreed to an agreement to bring Jean Segura to the Philadelphia Phillies. The return to Seattle is not yet known, but shortstop and Phillies' former top expert, JP Crawford, is expected to be part of the deal.
As Rosenthal notes, Segura has a full no-trade clause in his contract, and it is not yet known if he will do without it. As Jon Heyman noted last night Segura's agent said, "If a deal makes sense for Jean, he'll think about it, and there are many variables to consider.
The 28-year-old Segura will be signed down to 2022 with a team option for 2023. Over the past three seasons, the best span of his career, Segura has reduced the brand's bumper from .308 / .353 / .449 to 1,747 at bats. Segura competed in Milwaukee, watching the Arizona playoff -Baseball, however, could not bring Seattle until October baseball and the playoffs.
Mariners want to unload another big contract
Last week, the Mariners Robinson unloaded Cano, Edwin Diaz and Alex Colome, as mentioned earlier Rumors are flying today about Jean Segura and a possible deal with the Phillies So what's next for Jerr Dipoto and the selling Mariners?
According to MLBTrade rumors, if the Mar Iners "will have their will, the third baseman Kyle Seager will be the next veteran to leave." According to ESPN, the club is ready to "do whatever it takes" to get the third baseman move.
Seager is usually a very reliable third baseman, but he comes from a harsh 2018 season. In 2012 he burst with the Mariners in the scene and had seven consecutive years at least 20 home runs and at least 70 RBIs in five consecutive years. In the last three seasons, it has seen a dramatic decline on average, from 278 in 2016 to 0.2121 in 2018.
His situation is similar to that of Canos, as he is under contract to a club 2021 option for 2022 and still has guaranteed $ 57 million for his contract.
Rendon plans to sign a renewal with Nationals
According to MLBTrade Rumors Anthony Rendon wants to sign an extension with the following Nationals for the 2019 season, which is his contract year. The article states that "he informed Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post and other reporters on Sunday that he is " for " signing an extension.
The Third Baseman revealed that he and the Nats "have been discussing an extension for a year, adding that although he hopes to stay in Washington, he would enter the next season without a new contract."
Career in Washington, and finished half the season of his career in the MVP election, with an OPS of at least .900 consecutive seasons.
Orioles has expressed interest in coaching bench coaches.
According to Ken Rosenthal from Athletic, the Orioles consider some current coaches as coaches
Rosenthal tweeted "Two Current Bank Coaches – Nationals" Chip Hale Cubs Brandon Hyde – Among Those , d He will speak for Orioles & # 39; leadership job, sources tell the athletic. The team will talk to at least six people in person. Ex-managers like Hale thought that was a preference, but the new GM Elias was open-minded.
Hale, the former Diamond's third-base coach and Diamondbacks coach, went with Arizona in two seasons between 148 and 176 and missed the playoffs of both seasons. He coached for the Mets from 2009-2010, the A's from 2011-2013, then the Diamondbacks from 2015-2016 and most recently for the Nationals from 2017 through today.