9:06 PM EST, Sat November 22, 2014

Mets interested in Eveland, Carlyle returns

Carlyle Eveland NEW YORK -- The Mets maintain interest in re-signing Dana Eveland and Buddy Carlyle, even though both relievers were cut loose after the season to avoid $1 million-plus salaries in 2015 as arbitration-eligible players. The Mets particularly could use Eveland, since they are light on left-handed relief beyond Josh Edgin. Still, Eveland did not pitch after Sept. 6 and eventually was sent home during the season with inflammation in his pitching elbow.
Newark Star-Ledger Nov 8, 2014

MLB hot stove: Buddy Carlyle, Josh Satin and full list of Mets' minor league free agents

Free agency means an open market for available minor leaguers too. Just this season, Buddy Carlyle, Dana Eveland, Kyle Farnsworth, and Jose Valverde all signed as minor league free agents with the Mets and played noteworthy roles.
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Mets sent LHP Dana Eveland outright to Triple-A Las Vegas.

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