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Mets' Jose Lobaton: Agrees to terms with Mets
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Lobaton signed a minor-league contract with an invitation to spring training with the Mets on Friday.

Lobaton will provide added depth at the catching position after spending the last four years with the division-rival Nationals. During the 2017 season backing up Matt Wieters, the 33-year-old slashed a disappointing .170/.248/.277 with four home runs and 11 RBI in 51 contests. Lobaton could begin the upcoming season with Triple-A Las Vegas, but he could find his way up to the major-league level if he's able to hit consistently due to his defensive abilities.

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Mets' Anthony Swarzak: Agrees to deal with Mets
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Swarzak signed a two-year, $14 million contract with the Mets on Wednesday, Marc Carig of Newsday reports.

After delivering the best season of his career between the White Sox and Brewers, Swarzak will head back to The Big Apple after playing in 2016 with the Yankees. The left-hander was a trade-deadline acquisition for Milwaukee this past year, and totaled an ERA of 2.33 and 91:22 K:BB over 77.1 relief innings between both clubs. He will join a Mets bullpen that was in desperate need of an arm, or two, and should be utilized in high-leverage situations as a setup man.

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Mets' Jeurys Familia: Not viewed as everyday closer
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Manager Mickey Callaway said Familia will not be the Mets' sole closer in 2018, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.

The Mets' new manager apparently plans to go with a closer-by-committee approach next season, mixing and matching the likes of Familia, AJ Ramos and others in the ninth inning based on situations. Familia should still see his fair share of save opportunities, though fantasy owners should factor in the possibility that he's non-exclusive when drafting. Either way, he should provide a solid amount of strikeouts to go with his low ERA next season.

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Mets' Michael Conforto: Still unlikely for Opening Day
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Conforto (shoulder) likely won't be ready to play by Opening Day of the 2018 season in the estimation of general manager Sandy Alderson, Anthony DiComo of reports.

Conforto is still a few months away from resuming baseball activities following his early-September surgery to repair a torn posterior capsule in his left shoulder. A clearer picture of his timeline will come into focus once he's able to resume baseball activities, but Conforto may open the season on the disabled list.

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2017 Team Leaders
AVGAsdrubal Cabrera , SS.280
HRMichael Conforto , LF27
RBIMichael Conforto , LF68
OBPAsdrubal Cabrera , SS.351
SLGAsdrubal Cabrera , SS.434
RJose Reyes , SS75
SBJose Reyes , SS24
WJacob deGrom , SP15
ERAJacob deGrom , SP3.53
WHIPJacob deGrom , SP1.19
KJacob deGrom , SP239
SVAJ Ramos , RP27

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