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Mets sign Michael Barrett to minor league deal.

Mets Sign Michael Barrett

By Ben Nicholson-Smith [June 29 at 3:44pm CST]

The Mets signed Michael Barrett to a minor league deal, according to Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com. The catcher will report to class A Port St. Lucie and will likely be promoted to Triple A Buffalo within a few weeks, according to Rubin.


Barrett, 33, hit 16 homers three consecutive times for the Cubs from 2004-06, never posting an OPS below .824 in that time. He hasn't been nearly as productive since the Cubs traded him to the Padres midway through the 2007 season, but he still has a .263/.320/.422 career line. Barrett appeared in the majors briefly last year, backing up Rod Barajas for the Blue Jays. If he plays well in the minors and the Mets call on Barrett, he will once again be backing up Barajas.


Glad to see him get another chance.

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I believe this is the Mets first step in acquiring Carlos Zambrano. Show Z that they don't care about what he punches by providing him his favorite punching bag.


Next step, they'll stock up on Gatorade coolers.

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