The New York Mets have been on a spending spree this offseason in an effort to improve a 101-win team from 2022 that fell short in the playoffs.
First they signed Justin Verlander, and since then have added Japanese pitcher Kodai Senga, starter Jose Quintana, and reliever David Robertson. They also re-signed their own outfielder Brandon Nimmo to a big new contract.
Mets Sign Adam Ottavino
On Tuesday, the Mets further fortified their bullpen, bringing back one of thier most effective relievers from last season, Adam Ottavino. The Mets signed him to a two-year contract.
After back-to-back rough years with the New York Yankees in 2020 and the Boston Red Sox in 2021, Ottavino rebounded with the Mets in 2022, pitching to a stellar 2.06 ERA in 65.2 innings of relief.
While Ottavino isn't a new addition, he does help reinforce the great bullpen from last year that has already made other additons. As of now, the Mets are set up to have one of the best overall pitching staffs in the majors.
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