Mets’ Scherzer ‘disappointed’ in Robertson trade

Mets' Scherzer 'disappointed' in Robertson trade

Mets starter Max Scherzer said he was ‘disappointed’ in the team’s trade of closer David Robertson to Miami for two prospects on Friday, a deal that signified a trade deadline selloff.


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