Reports: Mets to call up veteran C Gary Sanchez

With multiple catchers injured, the New York Mets are bringing up veteran Gary Sanchez, according to multiple reports on Thursday.The Mets signed Sanchez on May 9, one week after he opted out of a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants. He reportedly could have terminated the latest deal as well if he wasn’t brought up to the majors by Friday.Sanchez, a two-time All-Star, has 154 career home runs, including seasons of 33 and 34 during his seven years with the New York Yankees. He was then traded to the Minnesota Twins before the 2022 season.In 128 games for the Twins, Sanchez posted a slash line of .205/.282/.377, with 16 home runs and 61 RBIs.The Mets lost starting catcher Omar Narvaez to a left calf injury in early April, prompting rookie Francisco Alvarez’s arrival from the minors. Alvarez and veteran Tomas Nido have combined to hit .178 with four home runs and 10 RBIs for the Mets.