Marcus Stroman is coming off a career-best year for the New York Mets and it appears he’s looking to get paid handsomely because of it. The right-hander took a chance on himself and accepted an $18.9 million qualifying offer from the Mets and turned in a fantastic season. As he heads into Free Agency, Stroman reportedly wants a five to six-year deal worth $25 million per year, per a source close to Inside The Mets.

New York is set to have lots of competition to retain the former Duke standout, though. The Blue Jays, Padres, and Cubs are all interested in Stroman as well.