In 2013, with Double-A Binghamton, Muno hit .249 with a .384 OBP. He connected for 27 doubles, nine home runs and had 67 RBI. Muno has seen time at both second base and shortstop, playing the majority of his season at second with the B-Mets last season.
The Mets organization is notoriously thin on middle infielders, so Muno and his .404 career OBP over three season in pro ball, might be someone to keep an eye on.
Check out the latest Minor League Report on Muno...