Apr 20, 2014, 6:58 PM EDT
The Mets announce via their official Twitter that the team is expected to call up outfielder Bobby Abreu from Triple-A Las Vegas on Monday. Abreu is hitting .412 in 40 plate appearances in the minor leagues.
Abreu, 40, spent spring training with the Phillies but was released at the end of March despite posting a .404 on-base percentage during 17 exhibition games. Abreu has not played in the Major Leagues since 2012, when he spent time with both the Angels and Dodgers.
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