C - New York Mets
Catcher Omar Narvaez has exercised his player option for the 2024 season.
Narvaez was injured to begin the 2023 season and was unproductive upon his return, making it an easy decision to exercise his $7 million player option for 2024. The veteran hit just .211 with two homers across 146 plate appearances in 2023.
Mets catcher Omar Narvaez is not in the starting lineup Thursday versus the Phillies.
Narvaez went 1-for-4 with a double on Wednesday versus the Marlins but will start a four-game set in Philadelphia on the bench Thursday. It's been a tough go for the veteran at the plate this season after a late start as he's hitting just .190 with one homer across 134 plate appearances.
Mets catcher Omar Narvaez is on the bench Tuesday against the Marlins.
The lefty-swinging Narvaez started and went 1-for-3 with a walk on Monday but will sit against Marlins lefty Braxton Garrett on Tuesday. The veteran is hitting just .188 with one homer across 130 plate appearances on the season.
Mets catcher Omar Narvaez is back in the starting lineup Wednesday versus the Rangers.
Narvaez was on the bench Tuesday when the Mets took on Rangers southpaw Andrew Heaney but he is one of several lefties to return Wednesday versus right-hander Dane Dunning. The veteran has struggled after a late start to the season, hitting just .200 with one homer across an even 100 trips to the plate.
Mets catcher Omar Narvaez is back in the starting lineup Thursday versus the Nationals.
Narvaez didn't start Wednesday's series finale against the Yankees with a lefty on the mound in Carlos Rodon but will return to take on Nationals righty Josiah Gray on Thursday. The veteran backstop has appeared in just 21 games this season due to injury, hitting .235 with one homer across 54 plate appearances in that time.