Such a trade would land players from the Padres which would then be sent to Toronto in the deal for Stroman.The Athletic suggests Cal Quantrill, who is a native of Canada, may be a logical target for the Blue Jays. Related News MLB trade rumors: One player either being targeted or sold for all 30 teams The Mets are trying to get creative with a Noah Syndergaard trade.New York is exploring a three-team trade which would send Syndergaard to the Padres and help get Marcus Stroman of the Blue Jays, according to The Athletic. MLB trade rumors: One player Dodgers, Astros, Yankees would give up top prospect to get MLB trade rumors: What are the second moves Cubs, Red Sox, Yankees could make before deadline? It was also reported earlier in the day that there has been a lot of focus among teams on Padres infield prospect Luis Urias. He could be included in a deal as well especially considering Ian Kinsler has one more year left on his deal after this one.The Astros and Yankees also have interest in acquiring Syndergaard, but Houston may be setting its sights on other players of late. One of many scenarios #Mets are exploring, per sources: Syndergaard to #Padres, then using some of return to land Stroman from #BlueJays. Not known which players would go from SD to NYM if deal occurred. RHP Cal Quantrill, a Canadian native, would be logical target for TOR.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) July 27, 2019In this scenario, #Mets would not simply add Stroman from #BlueJays. They would acquire pieces from #Padres as well. #Astros also mounting push for Stroman due to their reluctance to meet NYM’s price for Syndergaard. Other teams also in mix for Jays’ ace. https://t.co/nL0E6MeP9l— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) July 27, 2019Several reports have indicated in recent days the Mets are determined to trade Syndergaard, who has two years left on his deal after this season is done.This would be a pretty good indicator New York is trying to get a deal done because this is about as creative as a move as the team has made so far.It’s so creative there’s almost no way to make something like that up.