January 25, 2007

Randolph agrees to three year extension

Marty Noble at Mets.com, writes about the agreement of Willie Randolph and the Mets for a three year extension on his contract:

A more tangible reward came his way late on Wednesday when his agent, Ron Shapiro, and the Mets agreed on a new contract for the 18th manager in franchise history. Randolph, who was to have earned $700,000 in 2007 and had no contract for beyond this season, agreed to a three-year deal that will pay him $1.4 million in '07, $1.8 million in '08 and $2.25 million in '09.

The contract also includes a club option for $2.5 million in 2010.

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