The Mets today called up pitchers Tyler Walker, Satoru Komiyama and Pedro Feliciano,outfielder Esix Snead and catcher Jason Phillips; and recalled utilityman Marco Scutaro on Sunday. Walker (46), Komiyama (17) and Scutaro (26) will retain the digits they wore in previous visits. Phillips takes No. 7 — he was 26 last year. Snead was issued No. 23, which doesn’t bode well for the return of McKay Christensen; and Feliciano gets 55, making theShawn Estes deal a Uni-Swap. Ty Wigginton 9 is also back
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Sunday’s blowout in Cincinnati had one benefit — allowing Marco Scutaro and Jae Wong Seo to make their big-league debuts. Scutaro flew out wearing No. 26 and Seo pitched a scoreless inning and stood to be the winner had the Mets only managed to score eight more runs in the 9th. Seo, expected to returned to Norfolk when Steve Trachsel 29 is activated for Monday’s start, wore No. 38. Mike Bascik 33 was demoted in the meantime.
The Mets retroactively disabled Edgardo Alfonzo 13 and his sore oblique. Taking is his place is the exciting Marco Scutaro who provided a few fun thrills earlier this year wearing No. 26.
Joe McEwing’s sore rib cage has landed him on the 15-day disabled list. The Mets took 47’s place by calling up studly AAA infielder Marco Scutaro, who was issued No. 26.