Todd Frazier and Mets Agree to Two-Year Deal

Mets' bargain signing of Todd Frazier reflects icy state of MLB free agency

Todd Frazier gets chance to bring his unique magic to Mets

The best bet on the Mets now is that they're pretty much done making big moves this offseason.

Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports that the Mets have signed third baseman Todd Frazier to a two-year, $17 million deal, pending a physical.

Adam Lallana sent off for wild choke hold in Under 23s
Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana played for the Reds' U-23 squad against Tottenham Hotspur on Monday while rehabbing an injury. He came up from behind and grabbed him with an arm around the neck, pulling the teenager into a chokehold.

Frazier signed a one-year, $12 million pact with the Chicago White Sox last season, before being traded to the New York Yankees. He finished last season with cross-city rival the New York Yankees. The two-time All-Star hit.222 with 11 home runs and 32 RBI in 66 games for the Yankees. The Toms River native took over at third base for the Yanks and helped them come within a game of the World Series. He set highs for his career in home runs with 40 and RBIs with 98 in 2016 with the White Sox.

Selected by Cincinnati with the 34th-overall pick in the 2007 MLB Amateur Draft, Todd Frazier played the first five seasons of his major league career with the Reds before being traded to the White Sox in December 2015.

Israeli minister: Poland visit cancelled over Holocaust bill
The very swift and vocal opposition from Israel caught many Poles off guard and put them on the defensive. Israeli officials have voiced strong objections to the law, saying it is rewriting history.

With Frazier now in the fold, the Mets can start Asdrubal Cabrera at second base and put Jose Reyes in a utility backup role, where he better fits at this point in his career.

The free-agent market just got a little bit slimmer for teams in the hunt for a third baseman.

Can You Get the Flu Twice in 1 Season?
But what happens after you've already gotten over the flu? "There's so much flu in the crowded emergency rooms". The Louisiana Department of Health says they want you to catch beads and not the Flu this Carnival season.

Latest News