MLB: Mets sign former New York Yankees player | baseball 123
The New York Mets announced the hiring of a new player in a minor league contract with an invitation to Spring Training, it is the former New York Yankees outfielder, Tim Locastro, who will have a new opportunity with another team from the Great Apple for the 2023 season.
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The outfielder comes from participating in 47 games with the Mules, however; His performance has not been the most appropriate and trustworthy to earn a position on the official roster, however; he’ll have a chance to earn his spot to wear a Mets uniform with the senior team this year.
His batting average has not been the best, and despite having provided speed in terms of defense in the outfield, he did not have as much prominence with the bat, however; he continues to be a very useful player, but he will have to focus on upping his hitting numbers to convince the Mets.
The #mets sign OF Tim Locastro to a minor league contract with an invitation to Spring training. (via @ragazzoreport) #MLB #The majors #LosMets pic.twitter.com/jWjS62WUWQ
– World Mets (@MundoMets) January 9, 2023
He may have a backup job with the Mets, but in spring training he will need to prove his skills to avoid playing in the minor leagues, and get a new contract with the New Yorkers, otherwise he will need to improve in the minor leagues to make his leap again. to the older ones