Found January 05, 2012 on New York Mets ? New York Post:
PLAYERS: Scott Hairston
TEAMS: New York Mets
The Mets re-signed backup outfielder Scott Hairston on Thursday. Hairston, who flew into New York for physical on Tuesday, hit .235 with seven home runs and 24 RBIs in 132 at-bats. Hairston, 31, missed the final month of last season with an oblique injury...

Mets agree to terms with Scott Hairston

Andy Martino of the New York Post says the Mets have agreed to terms with Scott Hairston on a Major League contract. Joel Sherman of the New York Post says Hairston is in New York undergoing a physical. In 79 games for the Mets in 2011, Hairston, 31, hit .235 with a .303 on-base percentage, seven home runs and 31 RBI in 145 plate appearances. Hairston hit .167 through April, but...

Mets Notes: Cedeno, Hairston, 40-man issues and CRG

The Mets have reached agreement with infielder Ronny Cedeno on a one-year deal, worth just north of $1 million. The Mets had no backup shortstop on the roster so Cedeno certainly fills a need. He’s very good insurance in case Ruben Tejada regresses or if Daniel Murphy gets injured again. Cedeno is not much with the bat in his hands, as he has a lifetime OPS+ of 68 in 2,309...

Scott Hairston to re-sign with the Mets

Photo by Michael BaronAccording to Joel Sherman the Mets have re-signed Scott Hairston, it's not specified by Sherman at this time but there are reports that it's a minor league deal. Just like last year Hairston is a solid pick-up, he can play all three outfield positions and hit off the bench for power.  His first season with the Mets wasn't great but compared to what...

Mets Re-Sign Scott Hairston

I got this one, Hojo… This from Joel Sherman of the NY Post: Hairston, 31, hit .235 with seven homers and 24 for the cost of $1.1 million last season. I took a look at his 132 at-bats last season and never mind for a second that he batted .235, but did you know if you prorated his numbers over 500 at-bats, Hairston would have hit 28 home runs with 96 RBI? Of course he won...

Mets Likely To Re-Sign Scott Hairston

Scott Hairston flew to New York for a physical with the Mets Tuesday and appears to be re-signing with the team, according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post (on Twitter). Casey Close of Excel Sports Management represents the 31-year-old utility player. Hairston posted a .235/.303/.470 line with seven homers in 145 plate appearances for the Mets in 2011. He played second base...

Mets Re-Sign Hairston, Open to Harris Return, While Marlins Add Zambrano, AND SO I RANT.

  I know the Mets seem to be only making minor tweaks to a team that needs a serious influx of talent, and it sucks.  But even-so, here’s the news… #bbpBox_154938226208018432 a { text-decoration:none; color:#0084B4; }#bbpBox_154938226208018432 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }Can now confirm that Scott Hairston was indeed re-signed by #Metsabout 2 hours ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite...

Hairston, Mets finalizing details on new deal

With one additional signing nearing completion, the Mets' outfield appears set heading into next season. The team is finalizing contract details to bring Scott Hairston back to Flushing, according to a person familiar with the situation, and should have a Major League deal completed within the next few days.

My Take: The Mets should have signed Harris instead of Hairston

Andy Martino of the New York Daily News reports that… “The Mets have agreed to terms on a major league contract with Scott Hairston, according to a person familiar with the deal.  The contract is pending a physical.” Jon Heyman of CBS Sports added to the story also, tweeting the following… #bbpBox_154970830303006720 a { text-decoration:none; color:#009999; }#bbpBox_154970830303006720...

What's left on the free agent market for outfielders...

Photo by Michael BaronThe Mets now have their right handed outfielder on the bench in signing Scott Hairston, they could leave the left handed spot up to Fernando Martinez, Mike Baxter and Adam Loewen. Currently the outfield is made up of Bay (RHB), Torres (Switch), Duda (LHB) and Hairston (RHB).But as Adam Rubin reported the Mets are looking to up-grade the bench from outside the...

Hairston comes back  as Sandy fine-tunes Mets

Jose Reyes is gone, new relievers have arrived and Angel Pagan is a San Francisco Giant; the loudest portion of the Mets’ offseason is over. Sandy Alderson will focus on modest roster alterations, like re-signing Scott Hairston.
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