According to a report out from The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, the Mets have signed 36-year-old catcher Chris Coste.
Coste, who played in 88 games last year split between Philadelphia and Houston, has been added to the 40-man roster. The Mets were the only team to offer him a guaranteed spot on the roster, according to The Forum.
Last season, Coste hit .224 / .301 / .317 in 205 at bats. He hit two home runs and drove in 18. In his career, Coste has hit .272 / .329 / .416 with 23 home runs and 108 RBI over 437 at bats.
Looks like the Mets will be stockpiling catchers this off-season.