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Carlos Beltran Traded To San Francisco Pending A Physical

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It’s not official yet but it looks like the Carlos Beltran era in New York is over.

The Mets have traded the outfielder to the San Francisco Giants.

According to ESPN’s Buster Olney - as part of a package for Beltran, the Giants would include pitcher Zack Wheeler. 

When Beltran signed his seven-year, $119 million contract with the Mets in January 2005, it included a complete no-trade clause that requires him to give permission before the Mets deal him.

Earlier Beltran turned down the Indians who offered to pay the rest of his contract, but Beltran has a no trade clause and vetoed the deal.

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