Everything seems to be going right for the New York Mets in 2022. Outside of some injury troubles, the franchise rallied to a 44-24 record into June, and leads the NL East by 5.5 games. New York is also a clear World Series favorite, holding the fourth-best odds (+700) to win the title on FanDuel Sportsbook.
That doesn't stop the front office from tinkering the roster, which happened on Monday when New York signed former All-Star center fielder Ender Inciarte to a minor league contract.
Ender Inciarte Mets
Inciarte joins the Mets just days after his release from the New York Yankees minor league organization. He played 34 games for the Yankees' Triple-A team, slashing .252/.336/.408 with 11 RBIs and two stolen bases.
Prior to this stint in the minor leagues, Inciarte spent eight years between the Arizona Diamondbacks and Atlanta Braves. He was named an All-Star in 2017 when he slashed .304/.350/.409 with 57 RBIs and 27 doubles.
Inciarte is best regarded for his glove, tallying three Gold Glove awards throughout his eight-year career. But, he's displayed talents at the plate hitting .280 in his career and averaging 22 stolen bases across 162 games.
The 31-year-old lefty bat is more than capable of playing each outfield position, and some success in the Mets' minors may earn him some at-bats in Queens.
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