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MLB Winter Meetings: Mets receive no interest in Johan Santana

The New York Mets have received no interest in potential trades for Johan Santana.

Patrick McDermott

The New York Mets have been receiving no interest in trade partners for left-handed starting pitcher Johan Santana, according to a report by Nick Carfardo of The Boston Globe.

The Mets have been gauging the interest of potential suitors but have yet to find any one interested in acquiring the 33-year-old Venezuelan.

According to Carfardo's report, New York would be willing to eat a portion of Santana's contract. Originally signed in 2008, the deal was for six years and worth $137.5 million. It comes with a full no-trade clause and includes a $25 million club option for 2014 with a $5.5 million buyout.

In four seasons with the Mets, Santana has registered a 46-34 record with a 3.18 ERA, as well as 607 strikeouts, nine complete games and six shutouts over 717 innings pitched. This past June, he threw the first no-hitter in the history of the Mets' franchise against the St. Louis Cardinals.