There will be one more player vying for the fifth outfielder position on the Mets roster during Spring Training.
The Mets picked up utility outfielder Jason Pridie today from the Minnesota Twins, who had placed him on waivers.
Pridie appeared in just 11 games over two seasons with his former team. He had one walk, one strikeout and three runs in four at-bats. It’s not exactly a large sample size, but he did hit nine home runs and had 25 stolen bases in 121 games with Triple-A Rochester last season.