The Mets completed their bullpen on Thursday by agreeing to terms with veteran RHP Brandon Lyon on a one-year contract, according to a person with knowledge of the deal.

Lyon, 33, made 67 appearances for Houston and Toronto last year, going 4-2 with a 3.12 ERA. He had a career-high 26 saves for Arizona in 2008.

Although Frank Francisco enters spring training as the Mets’ closer, Lyon and Bobby Parnell will likely have an opportunity to unseat Francisco at some point this season.

Lyon joins LaTroy Hawkins, Scott Atchison and Pedro Feliciano as new additions to a revamped bullpen that includes holdovers Francisco, Parnell and Josh Edgin. Other candidates include Jeurys Familia, Jenrry Mejia and Robert Carson.

Earlier in the offseason, the Mets were interested in former Giants closer Brian Wilson, but the signing of Lyon likely concludes their hunt for relievers.

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The Mets announced a new naming rights deal for their spring training complex, partnering again with the nearby community of Tradition, Fla. The complex was called Tradition Field from 2004-2009, before becoming Digital Domain Park.

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