GM Lou Lamoriello declined to provide terms, but said the deal was “long enough to keep (Zajac) a Devil.”
Cruz, set to become a restricted free agent, said talks “got tabled for a couple weeks, mainly because of the two sides agreeing to disagree at the same time.”
Pettine “will effectively become a free agent after the season,” Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reported Friday.
“I feel like we’re asking for less than what’s fair,” Dickey said Tuesday. “There is a surprise sometimes when things don’t get done quickly and you already think you’re extending the olive branch.”
Will the Mets and David Wright agree on an extension this offseason? It’s “50-50,” according to the New York Post.
The future of knuckleballer R.A. Dickey is still very much fluttering in the breeze. To trade or not to trade?
Good news: R.A. Dickey said Wednesday there has “been some progress” in his extension talks with the Mets. That brings us to the bad news.
The Amazin’s “plan to intensify negotiations” with David Wright after picking up their 2013 option on the All-Star third baseman, according to the New York Daily News.
The Mets have picked up the 2013 options for David Wright and R.A. Dickey as the team continues to work on contract extensions for the two stars, according to multiple reports.
It seems Victor Cruz may soon get that much-desired — and much-deserved — bump in pay.
Amid contract negotiations, the Mets are set to pick up David Wright’s $16 million option for 2013, according to CBSSports.com and WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman.
Mets fans were hoping for some good news to go along with their Halloween treats, but it seems there won’t be anything to report before the month is through.
Victor Cruz wants a raise, but he’s not about to force the Giants’ hand with drastic measures.
Victor Cruz is underpaid — he knows it, and surely the Giants know it.
Mets fans can forget about the franchise dumping its embattled outfielder and his $16 million price tag for next season, according to the New York Post.