The Mets have signed outfielders Corey Patterson and Mike Wilson to minor league deals, according to Matt Eddy of Baseball America (on Twitter). Patterson is represented by Jim Bronner and Bob Gilhooley, according to the MLBTR Agency Database.
Patterson, 33, hooked on with the Brewers on a minor league deal last season. The veteran spent the year in Triple-A Nashville, hitting .251/.285/.410 with ten homers in 387 plate appearances. For his big league career, Patterson owns a .252/.290/.400 slash line across twelve seasons.
Wilson has a .269/.362/.477 line across four seasons at the Triple-A level but played in just 71 games last season. The 29-year-old was the Mariners' second-round pick in the 2001 draft.