The Mets may be the only team negotiating with free-agent OF Curtis Granderson , who is seeking up to a four-year deal — worth as much as $17 million a season — according to multiple reports…
7:20 pm: The Mets could bid against themselves if they offered Granderson a fourth guaranteed year (Puma).
5:20 pm: The Mets are holding firm on a three-year deal, while Granderson wants four (Puma).
3:38 pm: Granderson is seeking a four-year deal worth $16 million a year, or $64 million overall, this offseason (Carig).
12:59 pm: Granderson’s negotiations are most advanced with the Mets, though other teams continue to check in (Rosenthal).
8:25 am: The Mariners and Red Sox could post the biggest threat for Granderson to the Mets (Martino).
7:50 am: The Mets remain optimistic they can finalize a deal with Granderson; there is no evidence the White Sox or Mariners are pursuing him (Heyman).
7:45 am: The Mets seem open to doing four years, with less money in year one of the deal (Cerrone).
7:42 am: Granderson’s friend would be shocked if he signed with the Mets (Davidoff).
Dec. 4: The Cubs and White Sox have not shown a recent interest in Granderson (Rogers).
Dec. 4: Mets, White Sox and Mariners are most interested in Granderson (Puma).
Dec. 4: Granderson could be seeking $17 million per season (Heyman).
Dec. 4: The Red Sox seem unwilling to give Granderson a four-year deal (Edes)
Dec. 4: Granderson is looking to find another four-year offer, otherwise he may soon sign with the Mets (Cerrone).
Dec. 4: The Mets and Granderson are engaged in negotiations (Carig).
Dec. 4: The Mets are hopeful a deal with Granderson can eventually get done, according to people close to the team (Cerrone).
Dec. 4: Talks intensified Tuesday between the Mets and Granderson, who are discussing a three-year deal, though Mets may need to guarantee a fourth year to get the deal done (Rubin).
Dec. 3: Alderson met with Granderson this past Sunday (Rosenthal).
Dec. 2: MLB insiders predict Granderson will end up on either the Mets, White Sox, Astros or Mariners (Cerrone).
Nov. 13: Despite the public statement, a Mets insider severely downplayed the likelihood of signing Granderson (Rubin).