Zack Wheeler gave enough to the Mets on his return from the injury list. Is the Mets commanded enough to part with it?
When the final mets begin for the prospective buyer, Wheeler showed his potential value to a competitor and tried to dispel concerns about its durability. By opening on Friday night with five dominant innings and catching up the win on his first start from a shoulder impact.
Wheeler (7-6), which was limited In its first appearance since July 7, three runs and six hits were allowed on 73 pitch, while seven were beaten and none left. Just before the close of trading on July 31, the 29-year-old, soon-to-be-free agent, was treated like he was at Mets eight years ago.
"It's a tough job," said Mickey Callaway of Wheeler Pitching, while doubling as the team's best negotiating chip. "He's approaching free action and this is part of the free storyline, right? You're about to become a free agent, you're in a team that has not arrived yet, where it's coming from, and there's that That's its reality. "