No doubt. TEX gave up a lot - including two impact prospects who haven't had great years and a midrotation prospect - but that's more money than I expected
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Had to be done. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Mets?src=hash">#Mets</a>
It is a lot. However, teams are more stingy with their prospects nowadays, especially impactful ones, and Philly got arguably three top 50 ones in Thompson,
Only way to really do that is add a front line starter. The current rotation is not good enough. If you want to protect every single prospect you have
Now I'm confused.
Nah, I think several reporters said it was done. Marc Carig, a Mets beat writer who is a good source, actually apologized on Twitter because in one edition