Mets sign utility player Jose Martinez to split contract
The Mets have actually signed energy gamer Jose Martinez to a split agreement that will pay him $1 million with $500,000 in rewards if he makes the big league lineup, the group revealed Thursday.
He’d make simply $225,000 if he were to stay in Triple-A all season.
Martinez, who usually played 1B, OF or DH, had stints with the Tampa Bay Rays and Chicago Cubs last season after beginning his profession with the St. Louis Cardinals.
In 432 profession video games, Martinez has actually slashed .289/.356/.447 to go with 43 crowning achievement and 182 RBI.
Rob Manfred stated previously today that Spring Training is set to start on time in February, so the Mets’ lineup seems finished quickly.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.