The New York Mets are making some good deals this offseason, and now they want to improve their starting rotation with a seriously good move.
According to information provided by Mike Puma of The New York Post, the Mets have a "solid" interest in signing the All-Star now free agent, Jason Vargas.
Mets still have solid interest in LHP Jason Vargas, who was with pitching coach Dave Eiland in Kansas City the last few years.— Mike Puma (@NYPost_Mets) 15 de febrero de 2018
The team of Queens are trying to solidify their starting rotation, which has been severely affected by injuries these past seasons.
Vargas had a great final season at the Kauffman Stadium, where he had a 18-11 record (being the AL Wins Leader), with a 4.16 ERA with 134 K's, numbers that saw him being name to his first All-Star game. Also he won the World Series with the Royals in 2015.
According to MLB Trade Rumors, he is expected to sign a deal worth $10 millions for 1 year.
The Mets have had a busy offseason, having landing via Jay Bruce and Todd Frazier. Also, they signed the Mexican slugger Adrián González, after being released by the Dodgers.