Granderson reportedly moving across town
On just about any other day, Curtis Granderson would be the most high-profile Yankee leaving the Bronx. But with Robinson Cano apparently heading to Seattle, this may fly under the radar: Granderson and the Mets have agreed to a four-year deal, the New York Post‘s Joel Sherman has reported.
Multiple outlets have the deal pegged at $60 million.
The Mets have been searching for outfield help and Granderson fit in their price range. He missed most of last season with injuries but proved to be an extremely productive player in pinstripes, and would likely move to a corner outfield spot in Queens.
— Joey Nowak