Yesterday was a wild and interesting day in the world of Major League Baseball. But hey, that’s the off-season for you.
Then there was this move. A move that has been in the works for at least a week now. The Mets were obviously looking to add some power to their outfield and lineup, so they brought in Chris Young now Curtis Granderson.
Granderson agree’d on a four year contract worth $60 million after missing a huge chunk of the year in his final season as a Yankee. Curtis will provide this Mets team with some good left handed power, something they need.
Now according to Jon Heyman on Twitter, Granderson’s deal does not include a no-trade clause But I don’t think he’ll be traded.
there is no no-trade clause for grandy in mets deal btw
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) December 7, 2013
Hopefully Curtis will have a bounce back year after suffering a broken knuckle and forearm.