A Florida outfielder has earned an invite to the big league as the names of those receiving spring-training invites continue to trickle in.
Outfield/third-base prospect Dustin Lawley, who led the Florida State League with 25 homers, has earned a non-roster invite to Mets camp.
Lawley, 24, is a 19th-round pick in 2011 from the University of West Florida. He hit .260 with 25 homers and 92 RBIs for Class St. Lucie, then earned a late-season call-up to Triple-A Las Vegas. Lawley hit .300 with one homer and four RBIs is six regular-season games with the 51s.
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