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4 months agoThe New York Mets agreed to a two-year, $20 million deal with free-agent second baseman Jed Lowrie on Thursday, according to league sources. The 34-year-old had a career year in Oakland in 2018, setting career highs in homers (23), RBI (99) and walks (78) for a surprising A's team that made the playoffs. It's a bit of an odd fit since the Mets already traded for Robinson Cano and have Jeff McNeil on roster, but Lowrie will likely fill some sort of utility role. Lowrie's former agent, Brodie Van Wagenen, is now the general manager in New York. Given Lowrie's age, we may have just seen his high-water mark, so don't overspend on him in spring drafts. He should play every day, but the crowded Mets roster is a concern for Lowrie's owners if he struggles to begin the season. The biggest loser is obviously McNeil, but he could gain outfield eligibility.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: - Jeff Passan
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