The one where Wilmer Flores finds a new home.
The former Mets infielder has agreed to a one-year contract with a club option for 2020 with the Arizona Diamondbacks according to ESPN's Jeff Passan. The deal is pending a physical.
The D-backs will offer Flores $4.25 million, per Passan. He'll make a base of $3.75 million with a $500,000 buyout on a club option in 2020 worth $6 million.
Flores, 27, slashed .267/.319/.417 with 11 home runs, 51 RBIs, 43 runs scored, 29 walks and a .736 OPS across 126 games with the Mets in 2018. The infielder's season ended in mid-September after sustaining soreness in both knees.
The Mets declined to offer Flores a contract in November, making him available as a free agent.
Flores was in the Mets organization since he was 16, signing out of Venezuela in 2007 for $750,000. Flores played in 581 career games over six seasons for New York, hitting .262 with 68 homers and 253 RBIs. He primarily played shortstop, later becoming a utilityman for the Mets.