Mets reach tentative contract with pitcher Jacob deGrom: report

NEW YORK — The Mets have reached a deal on a tentative contract extension with pitcher Jacob deGrom, according to reports.

The Mets are in an agreement on a five-year contract extension with deGrom, 30, pending a physical, sources tell baseball writer Andy Martino.

The $137.5 million deal includes a full no-trade clause, sources tell “The Athletic” writer Ken Rosenthal.

The agreement was made two days before Opening Day.

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