Dec 1, 2021
Steve Cohen might set a record before he wins a title, not that Mets fans will mind as long as the former leads to the latter.
With the signing of Max Scherzer to a three-year, $130 million contract on Monday, the Mets’ estimated luxury-tax payroll — which includes player benefits and minor league call-ups as well as approximations for arbitration-eligible players — climbed to a tick above $266 million, per Spotrac. Could the Mets become the first team to hit the $300 million mark?
Source: New York Post