Tuesday, March 21 2023

The New York Mets wasted no time signing star closer Edwin Diaz to a five-year, $102 million dollar contract as soon as the season ended. The deal was made official on Wednesday, the same day GM Billy Eppler met the media to discuss free agency. As happy as Eppler was to get Diaz inked early, he said simply about the bullpen, “there’s more work to do.”

Source: Yahoo Sports


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