The New York Mets invited infielder Danny Muno to major league camp and designated reliever Carlos Torres for assignment, the team announced.
Muno, 26, hit .148 in 17 major-league games with the Mets last season. With Triple-A Las Vegas, he hit .277 with three home runs and 24 RBIs in 83 games.
Torres, 33, had a 4.68 ERA in 59 appearances out of the bullpen last year. In 57 2/3 innings, he struck out 48 batters and gave up 32 runs (30 earned) and 61 hits, recording a 5-6 record.
By designating Torres for assignment, the Mets opened room on their roster for reliever Antonio Bastardo, who officially signed with the Mets on Friday after he agreed to a deal earlier this week.