Middle infield prospect Danny Muno and outfielder Cory Vaughn have both been invited to big league camp.
Muno, 24, spent 2013 with Double-A Binghamton, where he 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.
Muno was suspended 50 games in 2012 for testing positive for a metabolite of Drostanolone.
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Vaughn hit .267/.346/.424 with nine doubles, 10 homer and was 9-for-10 stealing bases in 71 games with AA Binghamton in 2013 in a season that was shortened by an elbow injury. Vaughn has had a heavy platoon split each of the last three years. In 2013, he hit .309/.406/.531 in 96 PA versus lefties but just .233/.329/.357 in 287 PA against righties. It’s pretty easy to envision him as a piece of a corner outfield platoon.
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