Rodriguez signed a minor-league contract with the Mets' on Monday, Matt Ehalt of The Record reports. Rodriguez's only time in the majors came in 2011 during a brief stint with the Pirates, when he went 1-for-12 before being sent back to the minors. The 32-year-old will report to Triple-A Las Vegas where he will serve as organizational infield depth.
Rodrgiuez was reassigned to minor league camp Sunday. The 32-year-old is hitless in five spring plate appearances, and given his unimpressive showings in the minor leagues over the past few seasons, this move comes as no surprise. Rodriguez will likely spend another season serving as organizational depth.
Rodriguez signed a minor league contract with the A's that includes an invite to spring training, CSN Bay Area reports. The soon-to-be 32-year-old attended big-league camp with the A's last spring but opened the year at Double-A. Rodriguez eventually returned to the Triple-A level and posted a 24:25 BB:K with the top affiliate, and he also has a bit of power, but he will be a long shot to break camp with Oakland. He's bounced between with five different organizations in his 11 pro seasons and hasn't reached the majors since 2011.
The Marlins have signed shortstop Josh Rodriguez to a minor-league deal. Rodriguez was with the Mets last season, but did not appear in the majors. He hit .272/.371/.390 in 522 plate appearances.
The Mets signed infielder Josh Rodriguez to a minor-league deal Thursday.