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Curtis Granderson's contract will not include a no-trade clause. The outfielder is just one double away from joining an exclusive club, says Ed Leyro of Studious Metsimus.
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With the Curtis Granderson signing in the books, the Mets have likely set their everyday outfield for the 2014 with Granderson in left, Juan Lagares in center, and Chris Young in right.
In the "Ya Gotta Believe " edition, Jeffrey and Chris catch you up on all the news since Episode 44, and it's a lot.
Having gone some two days without signing a marquee free agent, the Yankees opened their wallets today for Carlos Beltran , inking the all-time Mets great to a three-year, $45 million free agent deal .
Curtis Granderson has switched to the good side and signed with the Mets . Because of this, Eric Young Jr. is likely losing his starting job in the Mets' outfield.
In this June 9, 2012 file photo, New York Yankees' Curtis Granderson, right, celebrates his solo home run off New York Mets relief pitcher Bobby Parnell with teammate Robinson Cano in the eighth inning of an interleague baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York.
Teams evidently didn't want to wait until the second week of December to complete major offseason transactions.
Juan Lagares , who flew from the Dominican Republic to New York to have his knee checked out earlier today, has been prescribed two weeks of rest for what is being termed inflammation in his knee.
There have been rumors about the Mariners going after David Price and they have a surplus of MI.
Even with Chris Young in the fold, the Mets could still stand to improve their outfield situation heading into the 2014 season.
The Mets now have just 35 players on their 40-man roster, which means there's plenty of room for acquiring new players.
With the Chris Young signing behind us and still a lot of offseason in front of us, it seems like as good of a time as any to take a closer look at the Mets ' in-house outfield options.
New York Mets fans are waiting for Sandy Alderson to improve the team's lineup - if that doesn't happen, what should offensive expectations be for the "Amazins" next year? If the season were to start today, New York's 2014 Opening Day lineup wouldn't look much different than the end of 2013.