The 29-year-old is expected to be ready for spring training.
Lindor was one of the highlights during a down year for the Mets, posting an .806 OPS (120 OPS+) while leading qualified National League shortstops in fWAR. He also hit 30-plus home runs for the fourth time and stole a career-high 31 bases.
The Puerto Rican had one of the finest defensive seasons of his nine-year career, amassing seven defensive runs saved and six outs above average in 1,365 1/3 innings at shortstop.
Lindor has eight years remaining on his contract with the Mets, which is set to pay him $34.1 million next season.
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