Sources: New York Mets to Make Major Changes

The New York Mets were supposed to be a powerhouse this season and they've been anything but. The team continues to struggle in the NL East and make no mistake about it, come opening day of spring training next season, the roster is going to look much different.

According to Pat Ragazzo of Inside the Mets, the team is looking to move on from outfielder Michael Conforto, and is seeking upgrades at both corner outfielder positions and at third base. The 28-year-old Conforto was supposed to be a major piece and an all-star this season and instead is slashing .220/.341/.367 with eight HR through 83 games. 

The Mets tried to trade for Kris Bryant from the Chicago Cubs before the end of July, but unfortunately were outbid by the San Francisco Giants. Look for the Mets to be all-in on Bryant if he hits the open market in the winter, along with other notable free agents including Nick Castellanos and Tommy Pham. 

The Mets new ownership group isn't messing around after spending hundreds of millions on Francisco Lindor, Carlos Carrasco, James McCann, Taijuan Walker and Trevor May last offseason. 

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