So over at BleacherReport Adam Rosen has a interesting post about   "The 10 Worst Signings In New York Yankees History" Now with all the talk of Cliff Lee's upcoming free agency and if he is or is not worth signing to a big contract it got me to thinking what are the Mets 10 Worst Signings Of All-Time?I can think definitely of one that has to be on that list. His name is Bobby Bonnilla and his 5 year, $29 million contract. Who else should be in that Top 10?By the way the Yankees 10 worst went as follows.
  • Dave Collins, 1982: 3 years, $2.5 million
  • Danny Tartabull, 1992: 5 years, $27 million
  • Hideki Irabu, 1997: 4 years, $12.3 million
  • Jason Giambi, 2002: 7 years, $120 million
  • Jaret Wright, 2005: 3 years, $21 million
  • Carl Pavano, 2005: 4 years, $40 million
  • Kyle Farnsworth, 2006: 3 years, $17.5 million
  • Kei Igawa, 2007: 5 years, $46 million
  • Roger Clemens, 2007: 4 months, $18.7million
  • Chan Ho Park/Nick Johnson 2010: Combined 2 years, $6.7 million