Kelvim Escobar, which google translates as:  Kelvim EscobarSome person named Francisco Blavia with a twitter account tweeted thrice in Spanish the following:Tweet # 1: Kelvim Escobar recibió su regalo navideño: acaba de llegar a un acuerdo con los Mets de Nueva York. En breve màs detalles de la firma.Google translate says: Kelvim Escobar got his Christmas present: just come to an agreement with New York Mets. In brief details of the firm.Tweet # 2: El contrato es de Grandes Ligas, por lo que deberàn colocarlo en roster de 40. Milwaukee, Tampa Bay y Pittsburgh hicieron ofertas también.Google translate says: Show romanizationThe contract is baseball, so it must be placed in 40-man roster. Milwaukee, Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh also made offers.Tweet # 3: La oferta de los Piratas de Pittsburgh era para colocarlo como cerrador para la temporada 2010.Google translate says: The offer of the Pittsburgh Pirates was to place as the closer for the 2010 season.According to the Orange County (CA) Register Angels Blog, Escobar pitched an inning in the Venezuelan Winter League Sunday, his first inning of work since June 6 when he threw 5 innings against Detroit, his only 5 innings of major league work since 2007.   The Angels Blog also had this to say:[Escobar, 33,  is a free agent and has reportedly been offered a minor-league contract by the New York Mets."They are super aggressive," Escobar told a Venezuelan newspaper (translated from Spanish). "They even made me an offer. It’s a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training and incentives in case I make the 25-man roster."]Interesting that he would take the Met offer over the offer to close in Pittsburgh. Everything I've read about Escobar this off season has indicated that he was looking for a 1-year deal and a chance to pitch in a major league bullpen, be successful and then hit the open market again after the 2010 season.   Based on that I am expecting Escobar to pitch in the bullpen for the Mets.A tip of the TRDMB cap to The 'Ropolitans for bringing this to our attention. Show romanization