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Mets Designate Nick Evans For Assignment

The Mets have designated Nick Evans for assignment according to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York (on Twitter). The team will announce the corresponding call-up tomorrow.

Evans, 25, did not have a hit in a dozen at-bats with the Mets this year, drawing five walks instead. He hit .248/.285/.383 in 151 plate appearances with their Triple-A affiliate this season, which is pretty close to his .243/.298/.387 batting line in 242 trips to the plate as a big leaguer. Evans can play the outfield corners as well as first base, and this is the second time he's been removed from the roster this season.








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