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  1. Mets' bargain signing of Todd Frazier reflects icy state of MLB free agencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 6 | The Washington Post

    ... with power and some lineup flexibility. New York, which has also signed first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, infielder Jose Reyes and reliever Anthony Swarzak, can now shift Asdrubal Cabrera to second base, while the team waits for outfielder Michael ...

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  2. Mets to sign Todd Frazier: 5 things to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 5 | NorthJersey.com

    ... patient and try to find quality deals on their terms, and it's worked. Frazier's arrival allows the Mets to use Jose Reyes as a reserve player, and start Asdrubal Cabera at second base. Reyes' best role at this point in his career is as a utility ...

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  3. Mets stay true to their word by signing Todd Frazier, Jay BruceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 5 | New York Daily News

    ... and go get a starting pitcher. After all, in signing Bruce, Frazier, reliever Anthony Swarzak, and re-signing Jose Reyes, the Mets have spent about $30 million (per year). Again, good value, but that amounts to only about half of the total salary ...

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  4. Todd Frazier is latest victim of stagnant free agent marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 5 | MSNBC

    ... The only other player capable of playing third base who has signed a major league contract this offseason was Jose Reyes , also with the Mets, for one year and $2 million. The other third base-capable players still available are Conor Gillaspie , ...

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  5. Mets reportedly agree to sign Todd Frazier for two years, $17 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 5 | CBS Sports

    ... at the hot corner. With Frazier now in the fold, the Mets can start Asdrubal Cabrera at second base and put Jose Reyes in a utility backup role, where he better fits at this point in his career. Assuming the Mets can't count on David Wright and ...

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  6. New York Mets: Top Remaining Infield TargetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 5 | Isportsweb.com

    ... past his prime. It is a very lackluster infield that could use a quality impact player in the last starting spot. Jose Reyes would start at second base if the season starter today, however, it is 2018, not 2008, making that a very bad option. Nunez ...

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  7. Mets still exploring infield options, considering starting pitcher marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 3 | Amazin' Avenue

    ... deal and return to the Yankees and one might reluctantly conclude Nunez-seemingly a bit redundant with the recent Jose Reyes return-might be the current front-runner. As covered in today's Mets Morning News , Rosenthal's sources also back up recent ...

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  8. The roadmap to when David Wright and the Mets likely part waysRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 3 | New York Post

    ... lefty with mediocre results, because they had to make room on their 40-man roster for the re-signing of Jose Reyes. Wright has been occupying one of those cherished roster spots. The roster spot won't become an issue again until November, when teams ...

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  9. Sandy Alderson discusses Moustakas and more as Mets make their way to Spring TrainingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 2 | Double G Sports

    ... that they have done more work than about 80% of teams in the league this offseason That includes bringing back Jose Reyes, Jay Bruce and Asdrubal Cabrera, while bringing in Adrian Gonzalez and Anthony Swarzak. Part of that is due to the stagnant ...

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  10. Mets GM Alderson mulls possible movesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 1 | Albany Times Union

    ... remain, leaving general manager Sandy Alderson confident he will find a solution. Jay Bruce, Anthony Swarzak, Jose Reyes and Adrian Gonzalez have been added since the conclusion of last season, bringing the Mets' payroll to roughly $137 million for ...

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  11. Sandy Alderson narrows Mets' free-agency optionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 1 | New York Post

    ... across all of baseball. In fact, the Mets have really been as active as anybody." Jay Bruce, Anthony Swarzak, Jose Reyes and Adrian Gonzalez have been added since the conclusion of last season, bringing the Mets' payroll to roughly $137 million for ...

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  12. New York's Hidden Home Buyer Closing Costs: Luxury Boxes and Mint MojitosRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 29 | The New York Times

    In October, the night after the New York Mets' season ended, the bright lights of Citi Field flickered back on again as a handful of players - the former All-Stars Jose Reyes, Jeurys Familia and David Wright among them - returned to the field one more time. Except these Mets weren't there to play baseball.

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  13. How will the Mets use first baseman Adrian Gonzalez?Read the original story

    Monday Jan 29 | Rising Apple

    In a move that mirrors Jose Reyes ' return, the New York Mets will need to see how Adrian Gonzalez fits into their 2018 Obviously, Gonzalez is an extremely cheap option as the Mets are expected to pay league minimum. However, where will they place him? Throughout the off-season, there was speculation that the Mets would sign another player to man the position.

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  14. MLB Hot Stove rumors: Mets still talking to Pirates about Josh HarrisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 29 | CBS Sports

    When it comes to fortifying the lineup for 2018, the Mets thus far have brought back Jay Bruce on a free agent contract and inked veteran first baseman Adrian Gonzalez to a low-cost, low-risk deal. Still, infield depth remains a concern, and that's the case even after the Mets re-upped with Jose Reyes .

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  15. Why a scout says the Mets could surprise in 2018 | Key to the season, upgrades and a bold predictionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 29 | The Newark Star-Ledger

    It's been a good winter for the Mets , but maybe not great. They made a few good acquisitions with the free agent signings of reliever Anthony Swarzak and outfielder Jay Bruce , but they went back to their old way with the signings of infielder Jose Reyes and first baseman Adrian Gonzalez .

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  16. Mets: What will be Jose Reyes's role be in 2018?Read the original story

    Sunday Jan 28 | Rising Apple

    Upon hearing the news that Jose Reyes would be returning to Queens on a 1 year, $2 million dollar contract , many Mets fans couldn't believe that the familiar face would be coming back for what seems like his fortieth season as an Amazin'. This is all Sandy Alderson could do to address the glaring hole at second base? Well, per Ken Rosenthal's Twitter, Jose will not fill the hole at second base but will be a utility type player coming off the bench.

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  17. A much-needed culture change can help a long-standing Mets nightmareRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 27 | New York Post

    ... double-feature, in the season's first month, evoked memories of previously confounding behavior in plain sight. * Jose Reyes, whom the Mets just re-signed for the 2018 season, has starred in two such dramas. In 2004, he admitted feeling pain as he ...

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  18. Mets Morning News: Smoker designated for assignment, Reyes signing...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 27 | Amazin' Avenue

    Mets Morning News: Smoker designated for assignment, Reyes signing official, Callaway doesn't expect to name a closer to begin season The Mets continued their somewhat puzzling offseason by designating left-handed relief pitcher Josh Smoker for assignment to make room for Jose Reyes on the 40-man roster. If you'd like to indulge in the continuation of the Mets' "our pitchers are totally going to be healthy this year" tour, mlb.com has the latest story for you.

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  19. Jose Reyes 'glad to be back'Read the original story

    Saturday Jan 27 | New York Post

    The Mets made the return of Jose Reyes official on Friday, announcing the signing of the infielder to a one-year deal . The 34-year-old Reyes is expected to serve in a utility role with the team, as the Mets continue to search for another infielder.

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  20. If the Mets are thinking big, they need to make some movesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 26 | New York Daily News

    The Mets do not believe Jose Reyes is the answer. They know that the 34-year-old former shortstop is now a step slower and limited, but they see him as a solid utility infielder who can be their main second baseman if they can't find another option.

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