The Mets' most obviously terrible offseason bad dream was acknowledged on Friday night when Jacob deGrom scorned the Mets for the Texas Officers.

The right-hander marked a five-year contract with Texas only 48 hours before the beginning of the colder time of year gatherings in San Diego.

The Officers didn't reveal the monetary terms however ESPN's Jeff Passan has the number at $185 million more than five years

and $222 million with a contingent choice for a 6th year and full no-exchange insurance.

An overwhelming catastrophe for the group drafted him out of Stetson College in the 10th round of the 2010 draft.

The Mets tracked down the changed over shortstop and formed him into one of the head pitchers on the planet.

One might say, deGrom was an encouraging sign for Mets fans. Following the 2015 Worldwide championship,

the Mets tumbled from the standings and missed the end of the season games every year from 2017-2021.

The pitchers they assembled the group around additionally fell around deGrom

and the vaunted "Five Experts" revolution continued forever up pitching the Mets to the postseason.

DeGrom was the last pitcher from that turn, and he momentarily expanded the Mets' season

this fall with a gutsy presentation in Game 2 of the NL trump card series against the San Diego Padres.