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Sports Report: Mets agree to 2-year deal with Trevor May

23:00  01 december  2020
23:00  01 december  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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The New York Mets added a big arm to their bullpen, as they've agreed to a contract with free-agent right-hander Trevor May, a source told Andy Martino of SNY.

Trevor May standing on a baseball field © Brace Hemmelgarn / Getty Images Sport / Getty

It will be a two-year contract, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan. Financial terms are not yet known and completion is pending a physical.

May, 31, became a critical member of the Minnesota Twins' bullpen after missing all of 2017 recovering from Tommy John surgery. Since returning in 2018, he's crafted a 3.19 ERA (140 ERA+), 3.56 FIP, and 1.08 WHIP with 12.2 strikeouts per nine innings and just 17 home runs allowed.

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Another former starter, Trevor May , has steadily improved his relief work since returning from Tommy John surgery in 2018. The 30- year -old free-agent-to-be The Rangers agreed to deals with Joey Gallo (.4MM) and Danny Santana (.6MM), Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports (Twitter links).

The New York Mets announced they have signed Todd Frazier to a two - year deal on Wednesday. The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal first reported the agreement That's not to say Frazier is sitting in a similarly precarious position but that his addition may not make the same kind of impact to New York's offense

He appeared in 24 games for Minnesota last season, posting a 3.86 ERA and 1.16 WHIP with 14.7 strikeouts per nine and two saves.

May will slot nicely into a Mets bullpen that was among the poorer relief units in baseball last year. He could serve as a key arm in the mid-to-late innings alongside Dellin Betances, Brad Brach, and Edwin Diaz. New York added right-handers Jacob Barnes and Nick Tropeano via waivers earlier this winter.

May represents the team's first major addition under new owner Steve Cohen, who purchased the team in November.

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