Curtis Granderson isn’t ready to hang it up just yet – and he’ll be returning to the AL East in 2018.
The former Met and Yankee reached an agreement with the Blue Jays on a one-year, $ 5 million deal, according to multiple reports.
Granderson, who turns 37 in March, hit .212/.323/.452 in 147 games between the Mets and Dodgers with 26 homers and 64 RBIs last season.
L.A. acquired the veteran outfielder from New York on August 19 for Jacob Rhame. Granderson struggled in the playoffs, however, going 1-for-15 with eight strikeouts, and he was left off the Dodgers’ World Series roster.
Curtis Granderson spent the majority of last season with the Mets before being traded to the Dodgers.
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After reaching the playoffs in 2015 and 2016, the Blue Jays went 76-86 in 2017.
Jose Bautista, 37, is a free agent and isn’t expected to return to Toronto.