NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Former Mets infielder Ruben Tejada is joining the Yankees organization.

Tejada has agreed to a minor league contract with the Bombers, ESPN and WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman reported.

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Tejada, 27, spent the first six years of his major-league career with the Mets, playing mostly shortstop, but also seeing time at second and third bases. He was a member of the Mets’ National League pennant team in 2015 but missed the World Series after he broke his leg on a controversial slide by the Dodgers’ Chase Utley in the National League Division Series.

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The Mets waived Tejada during spring training last year, and he split the season playing for the Cardinals and Giants.

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In 36 games last season, Tejada batted .167 with no home runs and five RBIs. For his career, he has a .252 average, 10 home runs and 153 RBIs.