Shortly after Curtis Granderson found out that the New York Mets had traded him to the Los Angeles Dodgers late Friday night, he recorded a short Twitter video thanking the fans for his time in Queens since signing as a free agent in December 2013.
Standing in front of his locker at Citi Field and still in Mets gear, the veteran highlighted a "bunch of great memories" during the 32-second clip, including "getting a chance to go to a World Series" and "going to the playoffs back-to-back."
— New York Mets (@Mets) August 19, 2017
The 36-year-old will now have a chance at another World Series appearance this year with the Dodgers, who own the best record in baseball.
-- Nick Ostiller