The Mets have been without breakout Jewish player Ike Davis for most of the year. But never fear, the Mets welcomed Josh Satin to the team on Friday. Satin plays all over the infield. “Satin is versatile with the glove. He played 57 games at 3B this season, 44 at 2B, 20 at 1B, and another 12 as designated hitter. Though this will be the Hidden Hills, Calif., native’s first stint on an MLB roster, he had 6 at-bats with the Mets during Spring Training this year, going 2-for-6 with 1 HR and 2 RBIs.” - JewishBaseballNews.com
We look forward to seeing Satin in a Mets uniform and possibly forming formidable Jewish corners for the team next season. To read more click HERE.
And Let Us Say…Amen.
- Jeremy Fine