Albaladejo signed a minor-league contract with the Mets on Monday, Marc Carig of Newsday reports. The former big-league pitcher will make a return to provide starting pitching depth for the Mets. He spent the earlier portion of the 2017 season in independent ball, where he went 7-6 and produced a 4.44 ERA in 16 starts. Albaledejo will be thrown right into the fire, as he's starting for Triple-A Las Vegas on Monday night.
The Marlins pared down their roster Friday, reassigning pitcher Jonathan Albaladejo and catcher Jake Jefferies to their minor-league camp. Miami also optioned pitcher Tom Koehler to Triple-A New Orleans.
The Marlins signed reliever Jonathan Albaladejo to a minor league deal, according to Baseball America. Albaladejo has made 66 career appearances with the Diamondbacks, Yankees and Nationals, and he owns a 4.34 career ERA.