The Mets have signed outfielder Jarrett Parker and infielder Max Moroff to minor league deals that include invitations to big league spring training, the team announced Thursday.
Parker, 30, has played in parts of four major league seasons with the Angels and Giants, hitting.249/.330/.441 with 15 homers in 140 games.
He spent the majority of the 2019 season in Triple-A, where he hit.266/.394/.535 with 24 homers in 96 games. In eight minor league seasons, Parker has hit .261/.368/.464 with 127 homers.
Moroff, 26, played in 104 career games over four seasons with the Pirates and Indians, while getting time at second base, third base, and shortstop.
He has hit .251/.358/.382 with 73 stolen bases in 703 minor league games.
As things currently stand, Parker and Moroff -- who are not on the 40-man roster -- appear to be on the outside looking in when it comes to a potential bench spot on the Mets' 26-man roster entering the 2020 season.