What could be holding up potential Mets deal for Realmuto
New York Post -

J.T. Realmuto has been a target of the Mets for the past year, and they are now rekindling talks with the Marlins on a potential deal for the All-Star catcher. But the two sides remained far apart on Tuesday, according to an industry source, based largely on the Mets’ reluctance to include Michael Conforto in...


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