Mets bringing on Adrian Gonzalez, sources say

Jose Verdugo
Enero 14, 2018

The Mets are planning to sign former Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez pending a physical, reports USA Today's Bob Nightengale. No word on the terms, but it'll likely be a short deal with not a lot of money guaranteed.

A bargain pickup like Gonzalez fits in with the Mets' stated plan of opening this season under the $154 million payroll with which they began 2017. The injury ended Gonzalez's streak of playing in at least 150 games at 11 seasons. When he returned, National League Rookie of the Year Cody Bellinger had taken over for the NL champion Dodgers.

He was traded from Los Angeles to Atlanta as part of a five-player deal in December and released two days later.

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Since 1983, Mark Herrmann has coveredBrookhaven, Southampton and East Hampton on the news side, and high schools, the Islanders, the Mets and golf for Newsday sports.His assignments have includedthe Olympics, March Madness, the Triple Crown, Stanley Cup, Super Bowl and World Series.

The Dodgers traded Gonzalez to the Atlanta Braves after the season in a package deal that saw Matt Kemp return to Los Angeles while providing the team with luxury tax relief. He is a career.288 batter with 311 home runs, including.242 with only three home runs in 2017. He was also an All-Star three times as a member of the San Diego Padres and once with the Boston Red Sox. Smith batted.198 with nine home runs and 26 RBIs in 49 games down the stretch for NY in 2017.

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