The Mets were busy on Thursday night.
Shortly after re-signing free agent center fielder Brandon Nimmo, the Mets inked reliever David Robertson to a one-year, $10 million deal, The Post’s Joel Sherman confirmed.
Robertson, 37, has pitched for five teams in his 14-year career, including two last season — the Cubs and National League champion Phillies. He also spent nine years with Yankees.
Robertson bolsters a Mets bullpen that already includes Edwin Diaz, recently acquired Brooks Raley and possibly the team’s Rule 5 selection Zach Greene. They also added relievers Jeff Bingham and Stephen Ridings this offseason.
Robertson was productive for both teams he worked for last season. He went a combined 4-3 for the Cubs and Phillies with a 2.40 ERA and notched 81 strikeouts in 63 2/3 innings. He also had a combined 20 saves.
It’s been a fruitful winter so far for the Mets, who also signed Justin Verlander and Jose Quintana after losing ace Jacob deGrom to the Rangers.