The New York Mets are not giving up on their plan to get equitable compensation in exchange for the services of first baseman Ike Davis. A source close to the situation reported the Mets are still shopping the slugger around with the hope of finally pulling off a deal.
The Pittsburgh Pirates and the Baltimore Orioles have reportedly maintained their interest in getting New York Mets first baseman Ike Davis, who has been on the trading block throughout the offseason.
The New York Mets are surprisingly staying put with Ike Davis despite reports the franchise is looking to move the first baseman this offseason.
The Milwaukee Brewers were close to acquiring first baseman Ike Davis from the New York Mets before they backed off from the talks, primarily because of their unwillingness to give up their pitching, a source close to situation reported on Tuesday.
The New York Mets announced that they expect Ike Davis to be with the team in their spring training, but that doesn't mean the first baseman has been removed from the trading block.
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