MLB rumors: Yankees, Mets not willing to give up top three prospects for Juan Soto; Brewers add Jake McGee

The MLB change deadline is less than two weeks away; here are the ultra-modern rumors The 2022 MLB trade closing date

is 11 days away. We'll see a few jockeying in the standings and a few teams would possibly ought to put together to be either customers 

or dealers within the coming days, ready till the last viable day to determine which course to take. In the interim, the rumor mill will be churning. 

Let's get to it The modern-day on Juan Soto Important scoop from CBS Sports' personal R.J. Anderson: The Nationals are expected to do the 

whole lot they are able to to include Patrick Corbin (and the kind of $60 million left on his deal for the subsequent  seasons) in a Soto deal. Full story right here. 

Also, Jon Heyman mentions a package deal that might paintings for the Yankees would begin with pinnacle prospects Anthony Volpe

and Jasson Dominguez whilst a package for the Mets might begin with some thing like Francisco Alvarez and Brett Baty. 

Heyman, but, reviews that neither the Yankees nor the Mets could be cushty giving up their top 3 potentialities in a Soto trade.

Heyman lists both New York teams as well as the Dodgers, Padres and Rangers as suits. The Cardinals had been closely rumored, and the Blue Jays

have also been noted as a Soto touchdown spot Rangers not trying to deal Pérez Rangers lefty Martín Pérez is having a career yr at age 31. He's 7-2 with a 2.68 ERA (147 ERA+) 

and is clean of his first All-Star Game. Given that he is on only a one-year, $four million deal and the Rangers are seven games

out of the third AL wild-card spot -- with 4 teams in between -- he seems like a totally appealing alternate piece. 

Instead, the Rangers and Pérez are searching into an extended-time period relationship, in keeping with the Dallas Morning News,