Biggest Moves Made by the New York Mets in the 2022 Off-Season

The Mets have kicked off their offseason spending spree by having committed to a Major-League-record $806.1M to free agents, including other endorsements. Here are the top 5 money moves made by the Mets in the offseason.

#5 Kodai Senga - 5 years, $75M

With an intention of making him the No.3 starter, the Mets snapped the 6-time Japan Series champion during his free agency.

#4 Justin Verlander - 2 years, $86.6M

Although Verlander will be 40 in 2023, the Mets have guaranteed the Hall of Famer a future for at least two years for $86.6M.

#3 Edwin Díaz - 5 years, $102M

The Mets swooped in quickly and signed Edwin just a few days before he would’ve been eligible to sign with any other team.

#2 Brandon Nimmo - 8 years, $162M

This deal marked Brandon’s return to the Mets for what seems like the majority if not the entirety of his career.

#1 Carlos Correa - 12 years, $315M

Even though an official announcement is imminent, Correa signed a 12-year deal with the Mets as his contract with the Giants for $350M fell through after a failed physical.

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