As they trim down their roster with Opening Day just 15 days away, the Mets cut seven more players from big league camp on Wednesday morning.
RHPs Tyler Bashlor and Chris Flexen, 1B Peter Alonso, C Patrick Mazeika, 3B David Thompson, and outfielders Zach Borenstein and Kevin Kaczmarski were all reassigned to minor league camp.
Bashlor, Alonso, and Mazeika will likely open the season with Double-A Binghamton, while Flexen, Thompson, Borenstein, and Kaczmarski will likely open the season with Triple-A Las Vegas.
RHPs Kevin McGowan, Gerson Bautista, Marcos Molina, Jamie Callahan, and Corey Oswalt were all cut from big league camp on Tuesday afternoon along with OF Tim Tebow.
McGowan, Callahan, and Oswalt will likely open the season in Triple-A, with Molina in Double-A, and Bautista either in Double-A or High-A St. Lucie.
The Mets had hoped to have Tebow open the year with Binghamton if he performed well during Spring Training, but his dreadful performance may mean a return to St. Lucie.
The Mets have 44 players remaining in big league camp.