Mets reportedly sign Todd Frazier to a two-year, $17 million contract

Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic reported Monday night that third baseman Todd Frazier has agreed to terms with the New York Mets on a two-year deal worth $17 million. He also helped the Bombers come within one win of reaching the World Series and invented the team's trademark thumbs-down gesture that began in response to a Mets fan. He played the first five seasons of his career with the Cincinnati Reds, before being traded to the White Sox before the 2016 campaign.

Todd Frazier won't have to change many of his New York City habits for the upcoming season.

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A week away from his 32nd birthday, Frazier batted.213/.344/.428 with 27 home runs and 76 RBI for the White Sox and Yankees last season. The Yankees were his favorite team growing up.

A steady player on defense during his entire career, Frazier has played in the All-Star Game twice and will be 32 next week.

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Thomas is averaging 15.4 points and shooting a career-low 39 percent from the field. "He's certainly a huge loss". It's a claim that certainly has some merit to it, as his defence has taken a considerable jump this season.

The Mets had a few options at third, including a potential trade for Pirates infielder Neil Walker, with David Wright unlikely to be healthy enough to play third ever again.

This move means that Asdrubal Cabrera will likely start for the Mets at second instead of third.

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If the market continues to tank, maybe the Mets will get to sign even more free agents.

  • Israel Montgomery