Mets Sign Brian Bruney

Well-traveled right-hander Brian Bruney will join his third team so far this season. Newsday's David Lennon reports (via Twitter) that the Mets have signed Bruney to a minor league deal.

The Nationals acquired the 28-year-old over the winter from the Yankees, but released him in May after 19 unimpressive appearances. Bruney then signed with the Brewers, but failed to crack their big league roster during his three weeks in the organization, and was released ten days ago. In 21 IP between the majors and minors for the Nats and Brewers this season, the righty has walked exactly a batter per inning.


14 Responses to Mets Sign Brian Bruney Leave a Reply

  1. Mercenary480 5 years ago

    Interesting if he ever gets called up how he and K-Rod are going to get along after last year

  2. Sounds like triple A filler

  3. Bruney is garbage……they should be focusing on Lee and Soria…..but again its 30 days till the deadline

  4. Prince_Fielders_Donuts 5 years ago

    Wasnt Bruney like the Yankees 2nd best arm in the pen like 2-3 years ago?

    • icedrake523 5 years ago

      Until he went back to pitching like Brian Bruney (ie horrendous K/BB)

  5. MB923 5 years ago

    Bruney and K-Rod, a clubhouse fight waiting to happen lol

  6. metsman 5 years ago

    who needs Lee? we got Brian Bruney, our prayers have been answered!

  7. souldrummer 5 years ago

    Nats signed El Duque; Mets signed Bruney. We’re down in MLB, but we’re gaining on you in the International League!!!

  8. souldrummer 5 years ago

    Nats signed El Duque; Mets signed Bruney. We’re down in MLB, but we’re gaining on you in the International League!!!

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