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Mets to call up Danny Muno from Las Vegas

The 26-year-old is set to make his major league debut tomorrow against Miami.

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Danny Muno has been a member of the Mets' system since 2011. On Friday, the 26-year-old infielder will get his first taste of major league action, according to the Mets. The player being sent down wasn't immediately named, but the thinking is that it's Erik Goeddel, who has only made a pair of appearances—both against the Braves—thus far this season.

Muno has four hits and three walks 22 plate appearances with Las Vegas thus far. He hit .259 last year and homered fourteen times. An alternative option would likely have been teammate Matt Reynolds, but the Mets evidently feel that Muno is more suited for major league action at this point in time than he is, especially following a strong showing in spring training.

With that, the Mets are set to return to a standard seven-man bullpen, which should include Jeurys Familia, Carlos Torres, Alex Torres, Jerry Blevins, Sean Gilmartin, Buddy Carlyle, and Rafael Montero.