Max Scherzer’s mega deal changes the Mets story

A season in which New York Mets fans were immersed in extraordinary optimism, the 2021 season continued to burn epic and was full of chaos. The following weeks provided a snapshot of the aftermath: the game’s bright mind rejected proposals that would lead the Mets’ baseball field; Some hottest free agents avoid the great offers of playing elsewhere; The interested Mets owner tweeted angrily, while other executives and agents laughed. Thanks to that, the Mets had a right to decay.

On Monday morning, the Mets won that mess in a very effective and efficient way – throwing ridiculous money at him.

Max Scherzer, The best pitcher available this season and the best pitcher of this generation, has agreed to join the Mets on a three-year $ 130 million contract, sources told ESPN’s Jeff Bosson. It offers an average annual value of $ 43.3 million, 20% higher than the previous record set by the contract. Gerrit Cole With the New York Yankees. This is a dazzling number for someone who has just finished his 36-year season and is approaching 3,000 innings in his career. But that is all that needs to be done.

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