Multiple news sources have confirmed that the Mets have traded outfielder Julio Concepcion and right-hander pitcher Andres Perez to Los Angeles on Thursday for a reported $360,500 of the AL West team's cap space for international teenager signings.
Concepcion, 23, had appeared in six games for Brooklyn this season.
Perez (0-1) had a 5.52 ERA in seven appearances, including one start, for Kingsport. The 22-year-old Venezuelan (0-1) struck out 11 and walked five over 14 2-3 innings.
Under the current collective bargaining agreement, there is a limit the amount a team can spend on talent from international locales such as the Dominican Republic and Venezuela. However, the agreement allows for a team to shift some of its cap space to another team as part of a trade.