The Mets will need a resurgence from their rotation if they have any hope of rebounding from last season’s disappointment, and on Friday, they avoided arbitration with three of their top starters, though Zack Wheeler appears to be heading to a hearing.

Matt Harvey agreed to a $5.6 million deal and Noah Syndergaard to $2.9 million, while the one starter who lived up to expectations, Jacob deGrom, got a significant boost to $7.4 million.

In the bullpen, Jeurys Familia and the team settled at $7.9 million, AJ Ramos at $9.25 million and Hansel Robles for $900,000. Travis d’Arnaud and Wilmer Flores both agreed to $3.4 million deals.

Wheeler is coming off a disappointing year after missing two seasons following Tommy John surgery. In 17 starts, he had a 5.21 ERA.
Wheeler, who made $800,000 last season, submitted $1.9 million, while the Mets countered with $1.5 million.

Harvey got a slight raise, despite having suffered through a disastrous 2017 season, when he finished with a 6.70 ERA in 19 games after coming back from thoracic outlet syndrome surgery. He also was suspended for three games in May after he failed to show up for a game.

The right-hander will be a free agent following this season and will look to rebound under new pitching coach Dave Eiland, who said he expected good things from Harvey.

“The arm strength was there, the stamina wasn’t where he could maintain it,” Eiland said. “But a full offseason where he could train as he normally would without any restrictions, I look for him to be fine.”