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Francisco Lindor and Mets Agree on $341 Million Contract Extension

Just before his first game as the Mets’ shortstop, Francisco Lindor set an establishment record late Wednesday night: He turned into the most generously compensated part in group history. Lindor and the Mets consented to a 10-year, $341 million agreement expansion that begins in 2022, as indicated by an individual with direct information on the understanding. The individual was conceded obscurity in light of the fact that the group had not authoritatively made the declaration. Lindor, 27, joined the Mets from Cleveland in a six-player exchange on Jan. 7. His…

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Tom Seaver was something uncommon , Mets greats consistently knew

Ron Swoboda knew from the beginning the Mets had something exceptional. At that point a third-year outfielder with the group, Swoboda watched Seaver pitch his first game for the Mets in 1967 and really wanted to wonder about the right-hander’s ability. “When I saw him pitch the first occasion when, I said to myself, ‘He has Hall of Fame stuff,’ ” Swoboda said Wednesday, after it was reported the 75-year-old pitcher had passed on from confusions of dementia and COVID-19. “He simply needs to gather those numbers to get into…

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