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Mets Sign Two-Time All Star to Major League Deal

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QUEENS, NY: Veteran right-handed starter Julio Teheran is headed to the Mets on a one-year, major league deal, per Jon Heyman and Andy Martino.


Teheran, 33, was in camp this season with the Orioles, but opted-out of his minor league deal after being informed he would not make the team's Opening Day roster.


The two-time all star is entering his age 33 season and his 13th year in the league. New York (NL) will mark his fifth career club after spending the first nine years with the Braves.


His last season in the majors was 2023 where he called Milwaukee his home. Pitching to a 4.40 ERA across 71.2 innings, compiling a 3-5 record.


Teheran will now be in Queens, sporting the blue and orange. Teheran was a solid addition to the Orioles camp, where he pitched to a 3.38 ERA across 13.1 innings. The Mets have been riddled with injuries in the pitching department. Both Teheran and the Mets are seemingly a match at the moment.


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