According to Andy McCullough of the Star Ledger, New York Mets outfielder, Jeff Francoeur is open to the idea of being traded:
Francoeurs agent confirmed this notion as per McCollough in his post to the Star Ledger (click HERE to read full post):
We want to play every day,” Francoeur’s agent Molly Fletcher said yesterday. “We prefer to play in New York. But if we’re not going to play every day in New York, we absolutely welcome the opportunity to play every day somewhere else.”
Andy goes on to say:
The Mets are aware of Francoeur’s position, a team official indicated. Eligible for arbitration, Francoeur is a candidate to be non-tendered by the team and cut loose at season’s end. He is playing on a one-year, $5 million contract. With Fernando Martinez called up to play ahead of him this past weekend, the writing is on the wall.
For the second time in less than a month Jeff has lost his starting job. First to Angel Pagan upon Carlos Beltran‘s return from off-season knee surgury and now to newly promoted Fernando Martinez. Francoeur was told
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