Showing posts with label Josh Satin. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Josh Satin. Show all posts

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Mets News: Josh Satin officially demoted, Omar Quintanilla clears waivers - returns to Vegas

Mets News:

Josh Satin officially has been demoted to Triple-A Las Vegas to clear the roster spot for fellow righty-hitting corner infielder Eric Campbell.

Satin, 29, hit .107 (3-for-28) with three RBIs in limited play this season. That included going 0-for-5 Friday with Lucas Duda ill and unavailable.

Omar Quintanilla has been outrighted to Triple-A Las Vegas after clearing waivers. He was designated for assignment when Wilmer Flores was promoted.

Quintanilla has accepted the assignment to Vegas. He had the right to declare free agency.

Quintanilla, 32, hit .207 (6-for-29) with three RBIs in 15 games with the Mets this season.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Mets News: Josh Satin will get Ab's vs Left Handed pitching

Mets News: 

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN NY, the Mets will let infielder Josh Satin get plenty AB's vs left handed pitching this season .

Satin hit .317 and had a .404 on-base percentage against left-handed pitching last season.

By contrast, the lefty-hitting Davis hit .145 with a .203 on-base percentage against southpaws last season, while the lefty-hitting Duda hit .183 with a .309 on-base percentage against southpaws in 2013.

Friday, February 14, 2014

Mets Fan Poll: Who do you want to play First Base for the Mets in 2014?

Mets Fan Poll:

I have been in recent torment from friends over the idea of who is going to play first base for the 2014 New York Mets.

It's Pretty clear and simple, It's Ike Davis' job to lose with Lucas Duda behind him for the job...

Then we have the second tier elite with Josh Satin, Andrew Brown, Matt Clark and even Ill throw Daniel Murphy, Wilmer Flores in there as well....

I want to get an Idea who you prefer to be at first base in 2014..

Please Vote Below and It will also be on our right side bar...

Sunday, July 07, 2013

Mets News: Josh Satin will return to lineup on Sunday

Mets News:

After two games on the bench since the promotion of Ike Davis, Josh Satin will return to the starting lineup Sunday, Terry Collins said.

Satin benefited from the Brewers' late switch to southpaw Tom Gorzelanny for the series finale. The intended starter, right-hander Wily Peralta, will get a couple of extra days of rest for a strained hamstring.

Collins would not divulge where Satin would start Sunday. Satin worked out in the outfield and at second base before Saturday's game.

He will take a career-high 10-game hitting streak into the start.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Mets Minor League Roundup 5/29: Satin on fire in Vegas

Mets Minor League Roundup 5/29:

LAS VEGAS 7, RENO 1: Carlos Torres improved to 4-3 on the season, giving up one run on three hits in 6 2/3 innings of work, with seven strikeouts and one walk. First baseman Josh Satin was 4-for-5 with four RBIs, and is hitting .316 on the season for the 51s (25-26). Shortstop Omar Quintanilla, hitting .333 on the year, was lifted early, and could be promoted to the majors on Thursday to replace Ruben Tejada, who injured a quad on Wednesday in the Bronx. Box

ALTOONA 8, BINGHAMTON 4: The B-Mets (30-23) scored four runs in the first inning, but couldn't make that stand up. Starter Mark Cohoon gave up four runs on five hits in five innings, and four relievers gave up four more runs. Left fielder Cory Vaughn (.294) went 2-for-4, the only Binghamton player with a multi-hit game. First baseman Allan Dykstra (.307) homered, his sixth of the year. Box

ST. LUCIE 7, JUPITER 4: The St. Lucie Mets (29-21) scored four runs in the first inning, and did make it stand up. Starter Alex Panteliodis (2-1, 2.03) went five innings, giving up three runs on four hits, but all three runs were unearned -- shortstop Matt Reynolds made a pair of errors in the game. Third baseman Aderlin Rodriguez (.269) went 3-for-4, and left fielder Dustin Lawley (.242) hit his 11th home run of the season. Box

GREENVILLE 5, SAVANNAH 1: Sand Gnats starter Robert Gsellman (2-2, 3.52) gave up five runs on 10 hits in six innings. No one had a multi-hit game for Savannah (30-21), which had just five hits on the night. Box

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Mets Minor League Roundup 4/19: Wheeler Pitches, Satin Hurt, Nimmo still red hot, Plawecki big night

Mets Minor League Roundup 4/19:

Class AAA - LAS VEGAS 10, SACRAMENTO 5: Zack Wheeler was charged with four earned runs on three hits and six walks while striking out four in 4 1/3 innings. He threw a season-high 108 pitches. Three runs charged to Wheeler scored after Greg Peavey inherited the bases loaded. Josh Satin, who is hitting .350, was forced to leave the game after fouling a pitch off an ankle. Eric Campbell homered and scored three runs. Reese Havens, who replaced Satin, also went deep. Box

Class AA - NEW HAMPSHIRE 5, BINGHAMTON 2: Ryan Schimpf homered in the first inning against B-Mets starter Erik Goeddel. Binghamton answered a half-inning later on an RBI groundout from Blake Forsythe. But New Hampshire broke the tie with two runs in the second. After the first two batters reached against Goeddel, Adam Loewen stroked an RBI single up the middle and John Tolisano produced a sac fly. Kevin Pillar stretched the lead to three in the third by banging an inside-the-park homer -- the second inside-the-parker the B-Mets have surrendered this week. The B-Mets struggled against New Hampshire starter Austin Bibens-Dirkx. After allowing a single to Richard Lucas in the second, he retired 12 of the next 13 B-Mets he faced, five via strikeout.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Mets News and Notes: Murphy Playing, Wright Intercostal, Hudgens Managing, Send Three Down

Mets News and Notes:

Daniel Murphy, who is returning from a strained intercostal muscle on his right side, offered a positive review of his first minor league action. Murphy took batting practice before the game, but did not hit in-game. He did man second base for five innings and pinch-run for Shaun Marcum.

“It felt good,” Murphy said in Port St. Lucie. “It was good to get out there. I really appreciate the minor league guys, the coaching staff letting me come out there. It took a little while to get my legs underneath me, but I felt better at the end than I did at the beginning.

“We’ll see how it feels tomorrow and evaluate it."

New York Mets third baseman David Wright has been diagnosed with a moderate strain of the intercostal muscle on his left side, which has forced him to withdraw from the World Baseball Classic and potentially will land him on the disabled list to open the season.

General manager Sandy Alderson announced the diagnosis Friday afternoon, and manager Terry Collins latersaid he was sure Wright will be sidelined "two to three weeks."

Wright was examined earlier in the day by team doctors at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan.

He indicated he had been bothered by the issue for a week, but he played through it for Team USA and only was scratched from Thursday's WBC game after batting practice once the Mets intervened.

Monday, January 14, 2013

Mets invite five to Spring Training

The Mets on Monday announced they have invited catcher Juan Centeno, infielder Josh Satin, outfielder Matt den Dekker and right-handed pitchers Rafael Montero and Cory Mazzoni to Major League Spring Training.

Montero, 22, notched an 11-5 record with a 2.36 ERA in his 20 starts for Class A Savannah of the South Atlantic League and Class A St. Lucie of the Florida State League. The 6-foot-2, 168-pound native of the Dominican Republic went 6-3 with a 2.52 ERA (20 earned runs in 71 1/3 innings) in 12 starts for the Sand Gnats and 5-2 with a 2.13 ERA (12 earned runs in 50 2/3 innings) for the St. Lucie club. The Mets signed the right-hander, ranked as the team's No. 11 prospect by, as a non-drafted free agent in 2011.

Mazzoni, 23, played for St. Lucie and Double-A Binghamton of the Eastern League last season. He combined for 26 starts and had a 10-6 record with a 3.93 ERA. The right-hander, selected by the Mets in the second round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft, is ranked as the team's No. 15 prospect by

Saturday, June 09, 2012

Mets News and Notes: Ramirez, Rauch, Bay, Hairston, Young, Beato, Satin, Quintanilla, Tejada, Cedeno

Mets News and Notes:

Rookie Elvin Ramirez could not limit the damage after Santana departed. Ramirez, making his third major league appearance, walked four and was charged with three runs in 1 2/3 innings. The Mets' lone run came with two outs in the ninth inning against ex-teammate Ryota Igarashi.

Jon Rauch rejoined the Mets bullpen after skipping the series in D.C. to allow the inflammation in his "debris"-littered right elbow to calm. He entered with the Mets trailing by nine runs in the eighth and tossed a scoreless frame that included one bloop hit. Rauch said he took anti-inflammatory medication while remaining behind in New York. He assigned the root of the issue to bones grating with each other and irritating a nerve. He told reporters surgery will not be necessary.

Jason Bay, scratched from Thursday's lineup because of nausea he blamed on antibiotics being taken for a sinus infection, made his first appearance with the Mets since April 23 in the series opener. Bay started in left field and batted seventh. He went 0-for-3 with a strikeout. Lucas Duda served as the DH.

Scott Hairston, who entered Wednesday's starting lineup after Bay was scratched, started a second straight game against a right-hander over odd-man-out Andres Torres. The current outfield crunch is not as severe as it will be next Friday, when the Mets return to National League play at home against Cincinnati and lose the DH. At that point, Duda could shift to first base and Ike Davis could be vulnerable. Davis went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts in the opener against the Yankees.

Former hitting coach Howard Johnson (@20Hojo) tweeted about Davis: "Ike's reputation of questioning umpires on every strike is coming back to haunt him...anything close goes against him..."

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Roster Moves: Bay, Beato, Young, Satin

According to ESPN NY's Adam Rubin, Jason Bay and Pedro Beato both have been activated from the disabled list for Wednesday's game against the Nats.

The Mets placed Chris Young on paternity leave to temporarily free one roster spot between his starts. Josh Satin also has been designated for assignment to clear room.

Satin now will be exposed to waivers and must clear in order to be sent to Triple-A Buffalo. Beato needed that 40-man roster spot, since he did not count against it while on the 60-day DL.

Beato began the season on the DL with shoulder discomfort suffered during spring training. He made nine rehab-assignment appearances, the final six with Buffalo. Overall, he allowed one run on seven hits and five walks while striking out 10 in 13 innings.

Young's wife Liz gave birth to the couple's third child, Grant Christopher, at 9:45 this morning. He weighed 9 pounds, 5 ounces.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Tonight's Mets Starting Lineup - Reds at Mets - Game 160

Satin at  1B
Tonight's Mets Starting Lineup vs Reds - Game 160

  1. Jose Reyes, ss
  2. Ruben Tejada, 2b
  3. Willie Harris, lf
  4. David Wright, 3b
  5. Nick Evans, rf
  6. Josh Thole, c
  7. Josh Satin, 1b
  8. Jason Pridie, cf
  9. Chris Schwinden, rhp

Sunday, September 04, 2011

Today's Mets Starting Lineup - Mets at Nationals - Game 138 (Reyes Scratched)

Josh Satin gets first start at 1B
Mets Starting Lineup vs Nationals - Game 138
  1. Tejada-SS
  2. Turner-2B
  3. Duda-RF
  4. Wright-3B
  5. Pagan-CF
  6. Bay-LF
  7. Satin-1B
  8. Nickeas-C
  9. Pelfrey-RHP

Game Notes:
Jose Reyes was in the original lineup, but Terry Collins opted to give him a day off once it was determined Ruben Tejada was ready to return from a hand injury.

Thursday, September 01, 2011

Mets September call-ups will include Josh Stinson and Josh Satin

The Mets announced Wednesday night that they would promote two minor leaguers, pitcher Josh Stinson and infielder Josh Satin, once rosters can expand on Sept. 1.

And the call-ups, as expected, exhibited just how much the Mets’ vision of the season has changed since spring training, well before the team was ravaged by injuries and trades.

On Wednesday, Manager Terry Collins listed the names that he had expected to see as September call-ups: Ruben Tejada, Lucas Duda, Nick Evans, Mike Nickeas.

“And they’re all already here,” Collins said.

As Collins explained, many players the Mets would have granted chances to showcase their skills are already getting those opportunities.

At the same time, the Mets are effectively out of the pennant race, meaning they do not need to stock their bench with additional tools.

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