It's funny because the reason teams don't want to give up a ton for him is the exact same reasons the Mets don't want to re-sign him for 3 years, or a big salary, or a even willing to listen to offers for him.
Here are the facts. He is 38. He is a knuckleball pitcher. He came out of no where. He has had 3 great seasons. He is willing to take a 2 year extension. He won the Cy Young last year.
If I was a Mets fan I'd want my GM to do the same thing. They know they aren't winning **** in the next year or two, so see just how much you can get from someone.
As a Jays fan, I don't want him. We play in a dome, in the AL East and just traded a lot of prospects. I'd rather see what we have with what we got until the deadline, then make the according moves.
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