"According to Mike Puma of the NY Post. I know he's best suited as a platoon player but jeez, the guy hit 20 home runs. $2 million seems to border on insulting, no? "
Well, since he's never played a full season, and only really hits lefties well, and is not a candidate for a late-inning defensive replacement, I think 3 million is about right.
But unless someone else bids higher, why wouldn't the Mets start low? Doesn't every team do that?
I think players understand that, and I doubt he's insulted.
>>$2 million seems to border on insulting, no?<<
5.7 mil?? Iam curious man who is that according to?
Those stats are 5.7 a year/?? Cant be possible!
"I don't know that I'd characterize, say, $4M as "going crazy". The thing is we haven't signed ANY position player for more than $1.3M since 2009. Frightening statement."
i hear ya.and A part of me agrees but hes A fourth outfielder.not worth 8 million dollars