As per Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, the New York Mets have signed veteran outfielder Matt Kemp — most recently of the Cincinnati Reds — to a minor-league contract.

Kemp, 34, was slashing .200/.210/.283 with a homer and two doubles in 62 plate appearances before being released by the Reds on May 4. When released, he as on the injured list with a broken rib.

Last season with the Dodgers, Kemp hit .290/.388/.481 with 21 homers, 85 RBIs, 25 doubles, a .348 weighted on-base average, 122 weighted runs created plus rating, and 1.6 wins above replacement (FanGraphs) over 146 games for the NL West champions.