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Ackert: Tuesday won’t be de-Day for Mets as Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard and Zack Wheeler not likely to be dealt

The Mets head into 2019 with $76 million in contracts committed to players who are currently on the disabled list. They owe $29 million to Yoenis Cespedes, who is scheduled to have surgery on his feet, which has a rehab time of eight to 10 months, eating into his ability to play next season. David Wright, who has not played in a major league baseball game since May 2016 because of neck, spine and shoulder issues, is owed $15 million in 2019. Jay Bruce, who has been battling a hip/lower back issue, is on the books for $14 million. Todd Frazier, who is playing in rehab games and expected back soon, is owed $9 million in 2019, as is Juan Lagares, who is out this year after season-ending toe surgery.

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