AA has its purposes. It can stand for Alcoholics Anonymous. It can identify a row — often a prime, floor-level row — in a theater. It can designate a battery size. It can signify a type of associate degree. It can be used in front of a company name so said company gets listed on the first page of the phone book. Yet it cannot finagle its way into the word seen in these Major League Baseball transactions.
The Mets may perform like a Double-A team at times, but the analogy should end there. We can all agree that aagreed has one too many a's.