The Mets drafted Pedro Beato in the Rule 5 draft from the Baltimore Orioles on December 9, 2010. The right-handed reliever made his Mets as well as his major league debut on Opening Day, April 1, 2011. He pitched 2 innings and allowed 3 hits and no runs in the Mets 6-2 defeat at the hands of the Florida Marlins. In his first 18 2⁄3 innings, Beato allowed no earned runs, setting the Mets franchise record for longest scoreless inning streak to start a career. During that stretch he allowed only 9 hits and three walks.
Beato would appear in 60 games for the Mets all out of the bullpen in 2011. He posted a 2-1 record with a 4.30 ERA. His earned his first major league win on April 27 against the Washington Nationals.
Beato started the 2012 season in the minors before being recalled to the Mets in July. Beato appeared in 7 games and posted a 10.38 ERA before being traded to the Boston Red Sox in exchange for catcher Kelly Shoppach.
Pedro Beato appeared in 67 games over two seasons for the Mets and recorded a 2-1 record with a 4.67 ERA.
While with the Mets Beato wore number 27.
Pedro Beato also played for the following teams:
Boston Red Sox – 2012,2013
Atlanta Braves – 2014