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MetsBlog 3 hours ago
Yesterday, the Mets agreed to sign free agent OF Curtis Granderson to a four-year, $60 million contract, according to multiple reports. Granderson did not receive a no-trade clause in his contract with the Mets (Heyman).
Rotoworld 5 hours ago
Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports that Curtis Granderson's deal with the Yankees does not include a no-trade clause.
KFFL 7 hours ago
Updating a previous report, New York Mets OF Curtis Granderson's four-year, $60 million contract does ...
MetsBlog 10 hours ago
Yesterday afternoon, David Wright spoke with reporters about the Mets agreeing to sign free agent OF Curtis Granderson, and said he reached out to Granderson unsolicited early in the off-season to express his desire for him to join the Mets this winter. “I’ve always been a fan,” Wright said, according to Marc Carig of Newsday. […]
Chicago Sun-Times 17 hours ago
The flurry of activity during the week leading into the winter meetings made your head spin. But it didn’t affect the stone-faced White Sox, who sat silently until agreeing to a one-year deal with relief pitcher Ronald Belisario. That’s a far cry from the clamor of $240 million for Robinson Cano (Mariners) or $60 million for Curtis Granderson (Mets), and it spoke volumes about the Sox’ plans to clean up after that “losing ugly” 99-loss mess of 2013. By...
New York Daily News 17 hours ago
It was the grand gesture the Mets faithful had been waiting years for. The Mets agreed to terms on a straight four-year, $60 million deal with former Yankee outfielder Curtis Granderson on Friday, according to sources familiar with the deal.
New York Post 18 hours ago
So you are a Mets fan, happy for every morsel of good news, delighted at the prospect of welcoming Curtis Granderson across town for four years and $60 million, and...
Journal News 21 hours ago
Curtis Granderson is heading across town, where the Mets hope his home-run swing won't suffer at Citi Field.
Newsday 23 hours ago
David Wright took matters into his own hands. Early in the offseason, before the front office had even reached out to Curtis Granderson, the Mets' captain fired off a text message to the free agent.
Detroit News 23 hours ago
Granderson, who turns 33 in March, comes over from the crosstown Yankees and gives the Mets much-needed power in their punchless outfield.
The LoHud Yankees Blog | Journal News Dec 6, 2013
Robinson Cano is obviously the story of the day, which helps explain why I’ve failed to mention Curtis Granderson’s new deal with the Mets. Here’s a quick AP story on the other ex-Yankees standout who signed elsewhere today. NEW YORK (AP) — Free-agent outfielder Curtis Granderson and the New York Mets have agreed to a […]The post (Oh yeah, and Granderson signed somewhere too) appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
MetsBlog Dec 6, 2013
The Mets have agreed to sign free-agent OF Curtis Granderson to a four-year deal (Sherman) worth $60 million (Rosenthal). 4:15 pm: Sandy Alderson added the fourth year to the deal on Thursday night, hoping it would get the deal done (Puma). 2:00 pm: The deal does not include an option year, according to a source […]
The Strike Zone | SI.com Dec 6, 2013
The Mets have come to terms with former Yankees centerfielder Curtis Granderson on a four-year contract worth $60 million. It is the fourth-richest deal agreed to this offseason after those given to Robinson Cano (10 years, $240 million with the Mariners), Jacoby Ellsbury (seven years, $153 million with the Yankees) and Brian McCann (five years, […]
Newark Star-Ledger Dec 6, 2013
Granderson is the Mets' second free-agent acquisition this offseason
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