Krizan signed a minor-league contract with the Mets on Monday, Andersen Pickard of MLBDailyDish.com reports. Krizan spent the majority of the 2019 season with Double-A Binghamton, slashing .257/.335/.443 with 12 home runs and 54 RBI over 98 games. He also spent 20 contests with Triple-A Syracuse, where he hit an impressive .365 with two long balls and 11 RBI. Krizan has yet to make his big-league debut.
Krizan signed a minor-league contract with the Mets on Thursday. Krizan is set to join a new organization after spending the first eight years of his career on the Tigers' farm. He repeated Triple-A in 2018, slashing .250/.333/.378 with eight homers and four teals in 106 games. The 29-year-old will likely spend the 2019 season back at Triple-A.
Krizan was sent down to the minors Thursday, Evan Woodberry of MLive.com reports. Krizan went 2-for-16 with one home run and one RBI in 10 spring training games. He'll start the year with Triple-A Toledo, where he looks to serve as organizational depth.
Krizan agreed to a minor-league contract with an invitation to spring training with Detroit on Thursday. Krizan has spent 159 games with the Tigers' Triple-A affiliate over the past three years, and for the second straight season, he will receive an invite to spring training and another one-year minor-league deal. The 28-year-old slashed .264/.334/.377 with four home runs and 37 RBI for Triple-A Toledo in 2017, but hasn't recorded any time in the majors over his career. It's possible that he gets a look at some point this summer after gradually moving up through the minor-league ranks -- including earning a nod on the Eastern League's midseason All-Star team in 2016 -- but at this point, he will likely continue to hang around Toledo as additional outfield depth in case the injury bug hits the major-league club.
The Tigers announced Monday they reassigned Jordan Lennerton, Xavier Avery, Manny Pina, Jefry Marte, Aaron Westlake and Jason Krizan to minor-league camp, per MLB.com.
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