Bartolo Colon News Archive
Colon won Monday against the Phillies as he pitched 7.2 innings and allowed one run, 10 hits and one walk to go along with six strikeouts.
The Mets right now are willing to pay $2 million of the remaining salary left on Colon's two-year, $20 million deal he signed with the club last offseason, Andy Martino of the NY Daily News reports.
Colon (9-8) gave up two runs on three hits while walking one and striking out five over 7.1 innings in Wednesday's win over the Mariners.
Colon pitched five innings Friday facing the Padres, giving up four runs on five hits while striking out six in a no decision.
Trade interest and conversations surrounding a possible deal for Colon are expected to increase over the next week, ESPN New York reports.
Colon's first inning woes continued Thursday, as he allowed two of the three runs he surrendered in the game in the initial stanza.
Colon allowed five runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out three in seven innings and took the loss in the Mets' 5-3 defeat by the Rangers on Saturday.
The Mets are planning to listen to offers for Colon and may actively shop him before the July 31 non-waiver trading deadline, the NY Post reports.