Chances Mets sign both Jacob deGrom, Kodai Senga | Baseball Night in NY




 

SNY MLB Insider Andy Martino joins Sweeny Murti and Sal Licata to discuss if the Mets or Yankees are frontrunners for Jacob deGrom and Kodai Senga. Both Andy and Sweeny believe it's unlikely the Yankees get deGrom, but Andy hints that the Mets could possibly land both players.

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