Willie Harris And Mets Agree To Minor League Deal

NEW YORK (AP) — Former Washington Nationals outfielder Willie Harris and the Mets have agreed to a minor league contract.

The 32-year-old hit .183 with 10 homers and 32 RBIs in 132 games for Washington last season. He played all three outfield positions, plus third base.

Harris has a .239 batting average in parts of 10 seasons with the Orioles, White Sox, Red Sox, Braves and Nationals. He had a pinch-single in the eighth inning and scored the only run in Chicago’s 2005 World Series-clinching Game 4 victory over the Houston Astros.

The Mets said Monday that Harris was invited to big league spring training.

Copyright 2011 The Associated Press.

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One Comment

  1. Jim G says:

    Alderson wants to prove that he can win without signing a top free agent . He wants to ride in on his white horse and be a hero. The only problem is this isn”t Oakland!!!!!! He better produce asap!

  2. Meister says:

    Ho hum another breath taking pickup by the Mets can`t wait till their Sri Lankan signings from the Tamil Tigers arrive.

  3. Neil says:

    WOW another lame mets pickup… this owner and gm suck!

  4. oversized fan says:

    good move for the Mets. Sign a met killer . . .

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