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Mets Interested In Jose Bautista

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The New York Mets are reportedly interested in the recently released Jose Bautista, according to the New York Post’s Mike Puma.

Bautista was released by the Atlanta Braves on Sunday as they turned to Johan Camargo as their everday third baseman.

Bautista, who once once a feared power hitter for the Toronto Blue Jays, struggled during his short stint, a total of 12 games, for the Braves this season, hitting a putrid .143/.250/.343 with 2 homers and 5 rbis.

Bautista could add some veteran depth at the hot corner for the Mets, if he is added.

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Mets’ Zack Wheeler Drawing Interest from Multiple Teams

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New York Mets’ free agent hurler Zack Wheeler is drawing interest from multiple teams, according to MLB Network’s Jon Heyman.

Additionally, the Mets are interested in a potential multi-year agreement with Wheeler, but it is unclear where the two sides are in that process.

Wheelers has a few days to accept or reject his $17.8 million qualifying offer from the Mets, but hit is extremely unlikely he does.

Wheeler, 29, had been shopped ahead of the 2019 trade deadline, and is expected to draw interest from a number of teams in free agency this winter.

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Milwaukee Brewers

Mets Considering Pat Murphy for Managerial Job

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Pat Murphy

The New York Mets are leaving no stone unturned as they continue their search for their next manager.

According to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal, Milwaukee Brewers bench coach Pat Murphy has had multiple interviews for the Mets’ managerial job and is considered to be in the mix.

Murphy, 60, has served as bench coach since the 2016 season following a six-year run as the Padres minor-league manager. Murphy also served as the interim manager for the Padres’ major league team for 96 games in 2015.

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Phillies Acquire Corey Dickerson

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Corey Dickerson

The Philadelphia Phillies have acquired outfielder Corey Dickerson from the Pittsburgh Pirates, according to ESPN’s Jeff Passan.

However, the Pirates will not be receiving a player in return at this moment, and instead will be receive international bonus allotments and a player to be named later.

Dickerson, 30, has posted a .317/.376/.556 batting line this season.

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