Thursday, June 24, 2010

Two Met Prospects Hitting Well

Though the B-Mets lost, Josh Satin continues to have a hot bat. After going 1 for 4, his average is now .353 in 34 at bats in Double-A. Satin started the season with St. Lucie, hitting .316 for them, including five homers. Surprisingly, Satin, a righty, is hitting right-handed pitchers much better than left-handed ones. Against, righties, he's hitting .407; whereas, against lefties, he's hitting only .143. He's one of the Mets best second base prospects. This is Satin's third season in pro ball.

Manning centerfield for the B-Mets is Sean Ratliff. In yesterday's game, Ratliff, who's hitting .314, batted second. He, too, got a hit in four at bats. A left-handed hitter, he's hitting well from both sides with the B-Mets. Left-handed, he's hitting .313; right-handed, he's hitting .308. Ratliff's in his third pro season. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft.

☛ Jenrry Mejia made his Binghamton debut. He was the first of six pitchers. In 2.1 innings, he yielded two hits, a run, and struck out three.

Minor League Baseball Cap - Binghamton Mets Home Cap by New Era (6 7/8)

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