The New York Mets and free-agent Curtis Granderson have agreed on a four-year deal, sources tell FOX 5 News.
The now former NY Yankees outfielder will reportedly be paid $60M.
Granderson, 32, suffered a broken forearm and pinkie injury limiting his play during the 2013 season.
Word of Granderson's deal comes on the same day as free-agent and second baseman Robinson Cano, 30, agreed to a 10-year deal with the Seattle Mariners worth $240M.
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