The veteran outfielder isn't ready to hang up his cleats just yet.
For Curtis Granderson, he's had one heck of an MLB career. He's played with four teams throughout his playing days.
Now, we can add another one to the list.
According to MLB insider Ken Rosenthal, Granderson has agreed to a new deal with the Toronto Blue Jays. Yep, Granderson is headed North.
Free-agent outfielder Curtis Granderson in agreement with #BlueJays on one-year, $5M contract, sources tell The Athletic. Deal also includes incentives and is pending a physical.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) January 16, 2018
Granderson with the Blue Jays? Who saw this move coming?
For Toronto, this is definitely a low-risk signing. Per Rosenthal, they've agreed to a one-year deal for $5 million. They're obviously not breaking the bank to bring in the 36-year-old outfielder.
Since making his MLB debut in 2004, Granderson has suited up for the Tigers, Yankees, Mets and Dodgers.
Last season, he hit .212, with 19 homers and 52 RBI between his time with the Dodgers and Mets. Could he be ready to help Toronto have a big year in 2018? Fans certainly hope so.