Scherzer: Mets said ’24 would be ‘transition’ year

Scherzer: Mets said '24 would be 'transition' year

Max Scherzer said he waived his no-trade clause to be dealt to the Rangers after conversations with the Mets’ front office made it clear it viewed 2024 as a “transition” year before looking to compete in 2025 and 2026.


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