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Mets owner Steve Cohen deletes X post that seemed to reveal team's trade deadline plans

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Despite a sky-high payroll again, it is yet another struggle for the New York Mets.

The Amazin's won 101 games in 2022, but things came crashing down last year when they won 75 last season - right now, they are 19-23.

Last year's Mets had the highest payroll of all-time, making the Mets, arguably, the biggest disappointment in baseball.

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New York Mets owner Steve Cohen walks on the field before an MLB spring training game between the New York Mets and the Houston Astros at the Cacti Park of the Palm Beaches on March 16, 2024, in West Palm Beach, Florida. (Doug Murray/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

The Mets did not have many expectations heading into this season, as new president of baseball operations David Stearns seems to be waiting a bit before pouncing (next year's free agent class is stacked) - the largest contract New York gave this offseason was the two-year, $28 million they gave to pitcher Sean Manaea.

With New York off to yet another disappointing start, and guys like Pete Alonso, Jose Quintana, and J.D. Martinez set to become free agents upon season's end, it's a fair question as to whether the Mets will sell at the trade deadline and continue to build on their farm system. That's what they did last year when they traded away Justin Verlander, Max Scherzer, Mark Canha and Tommy Pham.

Well, Steve Cohen may or may not have revealed that's the case.

New York Mets owner Steve Cohen speaks to the media before a game against the Milwaukee Brewers at Citi Field on June 28, 2023, in New York City.  (Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

In a since-deleted post on X, formerly Twitter, Cohen

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