The Mets are sellers.
Closest veteran David Robertson was traded to the Marlins on Thursday night following the Amazin’s 2-1 win over the Nationals at Citi Field, the Post’s Joel Sherman and Jon Heyman reported.
The Mets are getting two minor leaguers as part of the deal, infielder Marco Vargas and wide receiver Ronald Hernandez, according to Sherman.
They were ranked as the No. 18 and 21 Marlins prospects on MLB.com.
Robertson, who won a World Series with the Yankees in 2009, had a strong season for the Mets as they closed in on injured Edwin Diaz.
Diaz suffered a torn right patellar tendon he suffered during the World Baseball Classic.
Robertson, who is 4-2 with a 2.05 ERA, has made 14 saves this season.
The Mets, who are 48-54, trail the Braves by 17 games in the NL East and are seven games behind the Reds for the final NL wildcard spot.