Randolph agrees to $5.65 million, three-year deal
NEW YORK -- Willie Randolph was somewhat uncomfortable when he talked about his role in turning around the New York Mets. The manager's boss didn't mince words.
"He changed the culture in the clubhouse from a country club to a work environment," chief operating officer Jeff Wilpon said Thursday after rewarding Randolph with a new $5.65 million, three-year contract.
Randolph, who led the Mets to their first NL East title since 1988, was set to earn $700,000 this year ...
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