Second baseman Reese Havens celebrated his promotion to the Mets' Double-A team in Binghamton with a 3-for-5 game in his debut with the team.

Havens, a first-round pick of the Mets in 2008, hit a double and helped turn a double play against Trenton last Saturday. In his first three games with Binghamton, Havens batted .267.

The former Bishop England High School standout hit .281 through 14 games with St. Lucie in the Class A Florida State League before he was called up.

The Mets recently moved Havens from shortstop to second.

"If you can play shortstop, you can play anywhere in the infield," Havens told the New York Baseball Digest. "It was an adjustment going to the right side, but so far I'm loving it."

Havens has been slowed by injury in his pro career, but in 134 minor league games has hit .251 with 20 homers and 70 runs batted-in.

--First baseman Chris McGuiness (James Island HS/The Citadel) is on the disabled list with a strained left knee for the Greenville Drive. A 13th-round pick of the Red Sox last year, McGuiness is batting .282 with five homers and 24 RBIs through 33 games with the Drive.

--Pitcher Wes Wrenn (The Citadel) has been assigned to Class A St. Lucie in the Mets' organization after a stay in extended spring training. He's yet to pitch in a game, but last year was 2-1 with a 4.15 ERA in 13 games for Brooklyn.

--Pitcher Mike Cisco (Wando HS/USC) is on the disabled list with tendinitis in his elbow at Double-A Reading … Centerfielder Justin Greene (Stratford HS/Francis Marion) continues to shine at Class A Winston-Salem. He was 7 for 15 with a homer and four RBIs during a three-game stretch last week.

--Former Clemson pitcher Daniel Moskos' chief claim to fame in his pro career thus far has been as the player the Pirates drafted in the first round in 2007 instead of Matt Wieters. But the 6-1, 210-pound lefty has revived his career as a closer this season, with nine saves at Double-A Altoona.

"The overall velocity is back to a very playable level," general manager Neal Huntington told MLB.com. "He can sink a ball now. The starting experience has really benefited him in terms of being able to figure out how to pitch without his best stuff.

"He's attacked the strike zone. He's using three pitches. He's kept the ball on the ground. Those are all things that trend well for him as a reliever at a major league level."