Nov 10 12:51p
Cuddyer signed a two-year contract with the Mets on Monday.
Cuddyer spent much of the 2014 season on the disabled list, finishing the season with just 190 at-bats. However, he was productive in limited plate appearances, posting a .332/.376/.579 batting line with 10 home runs and 31 RBI. The 35-year-old will take his talents to New York, where he will join Curtis Granderson and Juan Lagares among others in the Mets' outfield. The Mets will surrender their 15th overall pick to sign him, while the Rockies will receive a compensatory pick following the first round of the first-year player draft in June.