Satin has decided to retire from baseball, Dennis Lin of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Satin signed a minor league contract with the Padres in March but struggled at Triple-A El Paso this season, batting just .182 over 18 games. The 31-year-old was a sixth round pick by the Mets in 2008 and rose quickly through the organization to become a regular starter by the 2013 season. However, he was unable to continue his success and had spent the last two seasons in the minors.
Josh Satin signed a minor-league deal with the Reds, according to ESPN New York on Saturday. Satin made the opening day roster for the Mets in 2014. The first baseman appeared in only 25 games and had three hits in 35 at-bats. He was outrighted off the 40-man roster on Oct. 31.
The Mets have outrighted four players to Triple-A Friday. Scott Rice , Josh Satin, Buddy Carlyle and Dana Eveland all accepted their assignments and will report to Triple-A. All four players could have declined the offer and become free agents, but opted to remain with the club.
Mets infielder Josh Satin is unavailable for Sunday's season finale against the Astros after an X-ray and MRI on his hand revealed a fracture, ESPNNewYork.com reports. Satin will remain idle for six weeks while the hand heals.
The Mets have recalled infielder Josh Satin and right-hander Erik Goeddel from Triple-A Las Vegas on Sunday, MLB.com reports. The have also selected the contract of left-hander Dario Alvarez from Double-A Binghamton and brought up catcher Juan Centeno from Binghamton.