Andy Martino reported through twitter that the Mets a Jacob deGrom has agreed to a five year extension to his contract. Both sides have been talking throughout the ceremony, with a series of events and downs.
Last night Michael Mayer reported on that twitter conversations move in a positive direction.
Ken Rosenthal reported the contract is worth 137.5 million dollars over a five-year period through 2023. There is an exemption in the contract after 2022 season, and a team option for 2024. The contract stays physically and there is an increase in the contract. n include deferral.
Rosenthal also reports that the agreement includes a full-trade clause.
The breakdown of the agreement is as follows: t
2019: $ 7 million (plus $ 10 million bonus signed)
2020: Milltirin $ 23
2021: $ 33.5 million
2022: $ 33.5 million (opt out after this season) t
2023: $ 30.5 million
2024: Choosing a club for $ 32.5 million
DeGrom comes off and Cy Young The season won awards where ERA placed sub-2.00. Mets' supporters base has strongly supported such a move, and even colleagues are similar Noah Syndergaard he went to a public stage about the extension of deGrom.
The move took place two days before the start of the regular season, which was the deGrom deadline for extended discussions.