Race for outfielder George Springer down to Mets, Blue Jays: source

NEW YORK — The race for George Springer has narrowed down to two teams. Steve Cohen’s Mets and the Toronto Blue Jays are the final clubs competing to land the high-priced outfielder, a source told the New York Daily News. Springer, 31, is expected to sign with either team in January. He figures to pick up a long-term contract worth well over $100 million. The New Britain, Conn., native is the best outfielder on the free-agent market and his right-handed bat would blend well in a lefty-heavy Mets lineup. Cohen’s parched and eager fan base is impatiently expecting the team to make a big play for…

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