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Friday, May 29, 2009
Emil Brown to MetsPosted by Derek Carty at 3:00pm
NL-only leaguers take note: Emil Brown has been traded to the Mets. He'll be sent to Triple-A, but given the uncertain (read: pathetic) state of the Mets' outfield, he's a guy worth keeping tabs on or grabbing depending on your league's depth. He has some pop and speed that could be useful and would bat in a good lineup, although CitiField isn't the friendliest place for power hitters.
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