Decker signed a minor-league contract with the Mets on Monday, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.
Decker played for Israel in the World Baseball Classic but couldn't latch on with the Brewers in minor league camp. The Mets don't have quite as much depth at first base or the corner outfield spots -- Wilmer Flores is currently their backup first baseman -- so Decker could find himself a spot as a power bat on their bench. The 2009 22nd-round pick has four seasons of at least 20 home runs in the minor leagues, enough power for the Mets to believe he can bring some of that thump to New York. Apr 10 7:47 pm (EST)
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