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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JUNE 15: Noah Syndergaard #34 of the New York Mets pitches in the second inning against the St. Louis Cardinals at Citi Field on June 15, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

As we get closer to the trade deadline, we approach another year where Noah Syndergaard circles trade talks around the league. Year after year we constantly hear about the possibility of Noah Syndergaard being moved by the Mets.

This year, the teams that are showing the most interest with three weeks until the deadline are the Astros and the Brewers.

That being said, do you expect Syndergaard to be moved?

Now would be the best time to move him. Syndergaard is only 26-years-old and is contracted through 2021. There are talks saying his value has gone down because he is not having the dominant season as he has had in the past. The way Syndergaard has pitched this year should not affect the market on him. He has good career numbers and would make any rotation better than it already was.

New York is already looking to move Zach Wheeler, will they move both? Wheeler is only under contract for the rest of this year. A good rental to whoever can land him. It will take more to get Syndergaard not only because he has better numbers, but because he is under contract longer as well.

The Astros have two players in the top 20 prospect list. The Brewers have a player in the top 50. Who do you think can give the better deal? Will the Mets pull the trigger on a trade this year?

@Shermanconor