Minnesota Twins have discussed Noah Syndergaard with Mets

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NY recently put Syndergaard on the market, and while the Mets do seem to be serious about fielding offers for the hurler, Jon Heyman of MLB Network says NY would have to be "blown away" in order to move him.

While mentioning other teams are interested, Rosenthal did not specify them by name. They could move him for the cache they desire in the winter, and include many more suitors in the bidding war.

The Minnesota Twins have discussed trading for right-handing starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard with the New York Mets, according to La Velle E. Neal III of The Minneapolis Star Tribune. "This would not be a pure prospect trade".

"It's beyond listening", said one rival source.

The Twins had a top evaluator at Thursday night's matchup of Syndergaard vs. Madison Bumgarner in San Francisco, reports Jon Morosi, who notes that Minnesota has the prospects to make a "strong play" for either pitcher. The chance the Mets move Syndergaard is real. One thing is clear: They are not rebuilding with or without Syndergaard.

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It's not a well kept secret that the San Diego Padres have one of the best farm systems in baseball. It worked for Justin Verlander when the Astros acquired him in 2017.

Syndergaard has had a relatively down year after a stellar first four seasons in the big leagues, pitching to a 4.33 ERA in 20 starts after averaging over a run less the last four years.

The trade deadline might have just gotten a lot more interesting.

As far as what the Astros and Brewers could potentially offer for Syndergaard, Houston had the sixth-best farm system before the season, according to MLB.com, while Milwaukee was middle of the pack.

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