Updated Post 3:30 PM
Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports is now reporting that a source has revealed to him that the Mets counteroffer to David Wright is for seven years and between $125M and $150M.
If Mets are indeed offering Wright such a deal, Rosenthal adds, it seems unlikely he would reject it unless he wanted to be a free agent at end of season.
If it is $150 million, that would bring the total dollars owed to Wright to $166 million for eight years.
That’s hard for me to wrap my head around….
Are you dreaming of a Wright Christmas?
Like I said earlier, this deal is going down in the next 24 hours… They are just ironing out the small details like All Star Game Bonuses, Hotel Suites on every road trip and Luxury Boxes for home games.
Original Post 12:30 PM
Ever since the 2012 season ended for the Mets, I’ve been very outspoken about the team and in particular the front office. Maybe it was the disgruntled Mets fan in me, but it’s nothing personal. As I’ve said many times before, I ...