Thus spoke Brian Costa of the Star Ledger. F-Cat hit .278/.346/.382 with the Brewers in 2009, primarily in the corner outfield spots. He has about a season's worth of fielding experience at first and second over the course of his career; UZR has him slightly-below-average at both positions. He will be 36 this year.
Mets Sign Frank Catalanotto To Minor-League Deal
By Eric Simon