According to Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com, here, the Mets have signed 30 year old utility infielder Omar Quintanilla to a minor league deal. Quintanilla finished serving a suspension for 50 games at the beginning of this season for violating the “minor league drug prevention and treatment program.” That doesn’t sound good. Sports classes at online universities will teach you about the risks associated in using prohibited substances to enhance your body’s performance.
As for the risk the Mets are taking, here’s what they got in this recent move:
This signing obviously isn’t a big deal, as Quintanilla is most likely organizational depth. I just hope this doesn’t affect the Mets interest in other utility infield options such as Jack Wilson, Ryan Theriot or Ronny Cedeno.
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