The New York Mets acquired longtime star second baseman Robinson Cano and major league saves leader Edwin Diaz from the Seattle Mariners on Monday in a seven-player trade.
The Mets also are getting $20 million from the rebuilding Mariners.
Seattle received outfielder Jay Bruce, reliever Anthony Swarzak and three prospects: former first-round draft picks Justin Dunn and Jarred Kelenic and righthanded pitcher Gerson Bautista.
In his first big move as Mets general manager, Brodie Van Wagenen brought the 36-year-old Cano back to New York. Van Wagenen previously was an agent and represented Cano when he played for the Yankees.
Diaz topped the majors with 57 saves last season. The Mariners are completely revamping their roster this offseason, having already traded ace James Paxton to the Yankees. Seattle also traded All-Star shortstop Jean Segura and pitchers James Pazos and Juan Nicasio to Philadelphia on Monday for veteran slugger Carlos Santana and young infielder J.P. Crawford.
Kelenic, a 19-year-old outfielder, and Dunn, a 23-year-old righthander, are key figures for the Mariners. MLB.com slotted Kelenic as the No. 2 prospect in Seattle's system and Dunn at No. 3.
Heisman finalists all QBs
Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa, Oklahoma's Kyler Murray and Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins are the finalists for the Heisman Trophy, ensuring a quarterback will win the award for the 16th time in the past 19 years.
Tagovailoa has 3,353 yards passing, 37 touchdown passes and just four interceptions; Murray has passed for 4,053 yards and 40 touchdowns with seven interceptions; and Haskins has thrown for 4,580 yards and 47 touchdowns, leading the country in both categories.
Louisville finds its next coach
• Louisville picked Scott Satterfield to be its next coach after he went 10-2 this season at Appalachian State and 51-23 in six seasons.
• Massachusetts hired Florida State offensive coordinator Walt Bell to be its new head coach.
• Liberty coach Turner Gill, 56, announced his retirement, saying he needs time with his wife, who has a heart condition.
• Michigan offensive guard Ben Bredeson said he plans to return for his senior season instead of entering the NFL draft. He was a second-team All-Big Ten selection.
Two Ballon d'Or firsts
Luka Modric ended the long reign of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo by winning his first Ballon d'Or, and Norwegian forward Ada Hegerberg won the inaugural's women's trophy.
Messi and Ronaldo had won every Ballon d'Or since 2008. Modric won the Champions League with Real Madrid and then guided Croatia to the World Cup final in July. A midfielder, he was voted player of the tournament.
Ronaldo was second, followed by France forward Antoine Griezmann.
Hegerberg scored a tournament-record 15 goals for Lyon in the Women's Champions League last season.
AROUND THE HORN
Swimming: USA Swimming turned to a pair of veteran collegiate coaches to oversee the Olympic team in 2020. Dave Durden of California will coach the men's team and Greg Meehan of Stanford the women's team in Tokyo.
Skiing: Women's World Cup races scheduled for Dec. 14-16 in Val d'Isere, France, were canceled because of a lack of snow. A men's World Cup giant slalom and slalom scheduled for a different slope will go on.