Mar 3, 2012, 10:43 AM EDT
Carter is best known for being traded from the Red Sox to the Mets as the player to be named later in the Billy Wagner deal in August of 2009. And, well, being confused with the other Chris Carter. This Chris Carter owns a .263/.316/.374 batting line with four homers over 206 plate appearances in the majors between Boston and New York.
Carter, 29, hasn’t played in the majors since batting .263/.317/.389 with four home runs, 24 RBI and a .706 OPS over 180 plate appearances with the Mets in 2010. “The Animal” batted .286/.331/.488 with 14 home runs, 63 RBI and an .819 OPS over 77 games at the Triple-A level last season between the Rays and Braves.
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