The Mets’ offseason is starting to take shape, with the team placing six different players on outright waivers Friday.
The other 29 MLB teams have the right to claim them off waivers. If they clear waivers they will become free agents.
The Mets brought Kay back this season after claiming him on waivers, but pitched only 3.2 innings, allowing three earned runs and walking one in his brief return to the organization.
Mendick, 30, appeared in 33 games for the Mets last season, hitting .185/.232/.277 and even made two pitching appearances in games where the Mets needed to save the bullpen.
Ortega, 32, saw the most playing time with the Mets last season, appearing in 47 games with a slash line of .219/.341/.272.
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