Re­port: Mariners trade Cano, Diaz to Mets for prospect haul

Las Vegas Review-Journal (Sunday) - - FROM NHL -

Seat­tle agreed to trade sec­ond base­man Robin­son Cano and closer Ed­win Diaz to the New York Mets in a seven-player deal, Fan­cred Sports re­ported.

The Mets will get Cano, Diaz and $20 mil­lion in salary re­lief, with Seat­tle tak­ing the con­tracts of out­fielder Jay Bruce and right-handed re­liever An­thony Swarzak with prospects Justin Dunn, Jarred Ke­lenic and Ger­son Bautista.

Dunn, 23, a right-han­der, and Ke­lenic, 19, an out­fielder, were the Mets’ first-round draft picks in 2016 and 2018, re­spec­tively. Bautista, 23, a right-handed re­liever, can throw 100 mph.

The deal, ex­pected to be an­nounced Mon­day, is pend­ing phys­i­cals and com­mis­sioner ap­proval.

■ Right-handed re­liever Hunter Strick­land and out­fielder Gorkys Her­nan­dez were not ten­dered con­tracts, al­low­ing them to be­come free agents. Strick­land, 30, served as closer last season un­til suf­fer­ing a bro­ken hand from punch­ing a door af­ter a blown save in June.

■ Sec­ond base­man Jonathan Schoop was not ten­dered a con­tract, al­low­ing the for­mer All-Star to be­come a free agent. Ac­quired on July 31 from Bal­ti­more, Schoop, 27, hit .202 with four home runs in 46 games with Mil­wau­kee.

■ Left-handed re­liever Chasen Shreve, 28, agreed to a one-year, $900,000 con­tract, and the Bo­nanza and CSN prod­uct can make an ad­di­tional $400,000 in per­for­mance bonuses.

■ Pitts­burgh ac­quired mi­nor lea­guer Wilkin Ramos, 18, as the player to be named from last month’s trade of fel­low right-han­der Tan­ner Anderson to Oak­land.

■ Right-han­ders Mike Fiers, Ken­dall Grave­man and Cory Gear­rin were not of­fered con­tracts, al­low­ing them to be­come free agents. Fiers, 33, ac­quired Aug. 6 from Detroit, went 5-2 with a 3.74 ERA with Oak­land.

■ Cen­ter fielder Billy Hamil­ton, who stole more than 50 bases in three of the past four sea­sons, was not ten­dered a con­tract, mak­ing him a free agent.

■ Right-han­ders Shelby Miller and Brad Boxberger and util­ity player Chris Owings be­came free agents af­ter they were not of­fered con­tracts.

■ First base­man Justin Bour and left­handed re­liever Luis Avi­lan were not ten­dered con­tracts, al­low­ing them to be­come free agents.

■ In­fielder Wilmer Flores, 27, who made $3.4 mil­lion last season, was not of­fered a con­tract, al­low­ing him to be­come a free agent.

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