• The Mets re-signed left-handed reliever Justin Hampson, who reported directly to Minor League camp. Hampson posted a 2.33 ERA in 51 appearances for Triple-A Buffalo last season, also appearing in 13 games for the Mets.
• General manager Sandy Alderson said the United States consulate in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic could issue right-hander Jenrry Mejia a visa before Major League Baseball completes its investigation into Mejia's age and identity. But Alderson does not know for certain, and is unsure when the Mets will have a resolution. Mejia has been working out at the team's complex in the D.R.
• Pitching prospect Cory Mazzoni shined at the Mets' first bowling night on Sunday, submitting the evening's high score with a 216. Justin Turner rolled two late strikes to lead his team back from a 70-point deficit against a squad led by David Wright, who claims he averaged approximately 160 in his games. "Not a good way to start," Wright said.