acquired outfielder Keon Broxton for reliever Bobby Wahl and 2 prospects, Righthander Adam Hill and infielder Felix Valerio, on Saturday.

Broxton, who is out of options, played parts of three seasons to the Brewers and hit 20 home runs as a free-swinging routine in 2017, however he mostly distinguished himself along with his defense. He made one of the Brewers’ most athletic plays last season, jump at the center-field wall to pull a home run from the Twins’ in a one-run hit on July 4 at Miller Park, also has been regularly inserted for defensive purposes late in the summer season since the Brewers chased the National League Central title.

acquired outfielder Keon Broxton for reliever Bobby Wahl and 2 prospects, Righthander Adam Hill and infielder Felix Valerio, on Saturday.

Broxton, who is out of options, played parts of three seasons to the Brewers and hit 20 home runs as a free-swinging routine in 2017, however he mostly distinguished himself along with his defense. He made one of the Brewers’ most athletic plays last season, jump at the center-field wall to pull a home run from the Twins’ in a one-run hit on July 4 at Miller Park, also has been regularly inserted for defensive purposes late in the summer season since the Brewers chased the National League Central title.

“Keon can be a lively athlete with the capacity to influence the match in the outfield, about the foundations and his bat,” Mets general manager Brodie said. “He adds depth to your Major League roster for 2019 and into the future.”

When he spends the season in the Majors, Broxton projects to be arbitration-eligible next winter.

Hill, 2-1, has been ’ fourth-round Draft selection this past year out from this University of South Carolina.

Valerio, 18, spent his first pro season in the Dominican Summer League and batted .319 with three homers, 22 RBIs and 16 stolen bases in 67 games.

Wahl made seven major league appearances each season, allowing six earned runs over 5 1/3 innings using a fastball that topped out at 97.9 mph.

Wahl, who had been ranked ’ No. 28 prospect by MLB Pipeline, has fell out 14.5 batters per nine innings in parts of three seasons at the triplea level, together with 19 saves and a 2.66 ERA in 67 2/3 innings. He’s got two minor-league options staying.