Mets fans can finally exhale, the big bat that makes the Mets offense flourish is back in New York for four more years. The deal includes a full no trade clause, $22.5 million the first year, followed by $29 million the following two seasons, and its capped off with $29.5 million in the final year. This signing is a big win for the Mets, you get back your big bat, you don't get suckered into an overly extensive 5+ year deal, and you keep it under $30 million a season throughout. Tip of the cap to Sandy Alderson for another job well done. The Mets lineup should be better than ever before, with Cespedes, Bruce, Walker, Duda, Wright all healthy, this Mets team just became a very legitimate World Series contender. People tend to forget the Mets were absolutely decimated by injuries last season, now they've added a bunch of pieces because of last years health issues, and they got the injured guys back. Mets now have a ton of depth both in the rotation with Gsellman and Lugo showing they can pitch effectively at this level, and in the field with guys like Reyes, Flores, and Conforto all available off the bench at anytime. The Mets are now prepared for the events that unfolded last season. They now have a legitimate backup, Jose Reyes, for when Wright goes down again in 2017, or just simply needs days off for his back problems. They now have 7 legitimate starters despite losing Bartolo Colon to the Braves this offseason, that's also assuming Wheeler ever pitches again because he's been out for a very long time. No team has young pitching like the Mets and the depth they have is actually unreal, could also be potential trade bait at the Trade Deadline if they want to make a move for somebody. The Mets could use some bullpen help, so look for Alderson to try to find some nice middle relievers in free agency to sign. I doubt the Mets will be signing anyone with a big name since they just signed Cespedes to a monster deal, but they could still add some low key middle relievers to come in and tighten up that shaky bullpen. All in all, Sandy Alderson got the most important offseason task out of the way, bringing back the Mets offensive engine, Yoenis Cespedes. Oh yeah, anyone that thinks this is a bad signing, please do yourself a favor and keep your idiotic opinion to yourself. The Mets are a .500 team without him in the lineup and a championship caliber team with him in the lineup, just look at the numbers, they don't lie.