Cespedes Says Staying With Mets Always Was His PreferenceYoenis Cespedes says he chose happiness over more dollars.
Cespedes, Mets Complete $75M, 3-Year Deal With Opt Out Yoenis Cespedes is back with the New York Mets to beef up their offense — for one full season, at least.
AP Source: Yo! Cespedes, Mets Reach $75 Million, 3-Year Deal Slugging outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is returning to the New York Mets. How long he stays, he'll decide.
Cespedes, Mets Reach 3-Year, $75 Million DealSlugging outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is returning to the New York Mets. How long he stays, he'll decide.
Upton Over Cespedes Not A Bad Choice For TigersThe knock on the 28-year-old often is that he’s inconsistent (so is Cespedes), and that he strikes out too much (an unfortunate reality of being a power hitter).
Tigers' Ilitch With Busy Off$eason To Go All In On 2016 SeasonWith the reported signing of free agent outfielder Justin Upton to a 6-year, $132 million mega-contract this weekend, the Tigers are going all-in on 2016.
Report: Tigers Have Discussed Bringing In Cespedes, Raburn, OthersRyan Raburn also spent time in Detroit in 2004, and again from 2007-12. In 566 games with the Tigers, Raburn hit .256 and added 54 home runs and 216 RBI.
Avila Denies Tigers' Interest In Outfielders Cespedes, GordonGeneral manager Al Avila refuted a recent report, saying “at this point,” he could rule out both Yoenis Cespedes, as well as outfielder Alex Gordon, who had also been linked to the Tigers.
Tigers Reportedly Looking At Cespedes, GordonAccording to CBS, the Tigers are looking at outfielder options, including Cespedes and Alex Gordon.
Thanks For The Memories: Mets Likely Out On Cespedes; Tigers In?Yoenis Cespedes took the New York Mets on a thrilling, three-month ride last season that ended with a trip to the World Series.
Yoenis Cespedes Wins A Gold Glove For The TigersThis is the first Gold Glove a Tigers' player has won since 2009.
The Latest: Mets Slugger Cespedes Set To Play In OpenerMets slugger Yoenis Cespedes says he'll be ready to play in Game 1 despite an ailing left shoulder.