Nelson Figueroa Returns to Buffalo

ed feverCorrespondent IJanuary 16, 2017

For the second time in this short season, the Mets recalled Nelson Figueroa to the majors and within a few days reassigned him to Buffalo (AAA).

The first time it happen, I thought it was quite an insult, Figgy gave the Mets a quality start and before he could even enjoy his success, he had been told, he wouldn't be staying with the team. On April19, he started against the Brewers and allowed three runs on five hits and two walks, over six innings.
After making it through waivers, Figgy opted for free agency but wasn't picked up by another team and eventually resigned a minor league deal with the Mets.
The Mets recalled him a second time, to use him as a long man out of the pen, but he never made it into a game before being reassigned to make room for Tim Redding.
The Buffalo News is reporting that Figgy made it through waivers and has accepted assignment.
I'm sure we haven't seen the last of Figgy in a Mets uniform and I think he can be a serviceable spot starter/long man, so I'm glad he's sticking around...
The New York Mets designated pitcher Nelson Figueroa for assignment for the second time this season and he has again cleared waivers. This time, however, Figueroa is not going to spend a couple days scanning the market and has agreed to report back to the Bisons. source Buffalo News

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