Noah Syndergaard
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The New York Mets reportedly pulled Noah Syndergaard off the trade market on Tuesday, are still fielding calls for Zack Wheeler.

The New York Mets have made two noteworthy moves prior to Wednesday’s trade deadline. On Sunday, they acquired righty Marcus Stroman from the Blue Jays for prospects Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods-Richardson. They then sent lefty Jason Vargas and cash to the Phillies for minor league catcher Austin Bossart on Monday.

New York may not be done with trade deals, but per Joel Sherman of the New York Post, none of them will include right-hander Noah Syndergaard. Sherman reports that the Mets actually pulled Thor off the trade market Tuesday night.

Syndergaard is 7-5 on the year with a 4.10 ERA and a 1.239 WHIP through 21 starts (134.0 innings pitched). Tuesday night against the White Sox could’ve been his final start with the Mets, where he let up five hits and zero earned runs through 7.1 innings, striking out 11 and walking only one. He received a no decision.

The Mets may still deal right-hander Zack Wheeler, however. Per Sherman, the Mets are fielding calls from nine teams for the veteran pitcher.

Wheeler on the year is 7-6 with a 4.71 ERA and a 1.271 WHIP through 20 starts (124.1 innings pitched). If he were to be traded, he would most likely become a rental. His current contract expires at the end of this season.

Regardless of if Wheeler is dealt or not, the Mets will still have a starting rotation that includes Syndergaard, Stroman, and 2018 Cy Young winner Jacob deGrom. They’re only 5.0 games out of the National League Wild Card, climbing up the standings as they’ve now won five-straight games.

The MLB trade deadline will be at 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday.

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Ryan Honey is a staff writer and host of the Wide Right Podcast.