It’s pretty easy rooting for Josh Satin. All the kid has really ever wanted to do is play baseball, and wherever he’s played, he’s excelled. Two things remain consistent about Satin’s baseball run over a lengthy span of years. The kid can hit and more often than not, he’s selected as an all-star.
Satin was a three time all-star selection as a Wolverine for the Harvard Westlake School in California. He continued racking up huge offensive numbers throughout four years of college baseball at the University of California Berkeley setting the school hitting streak record at 27 consecutive games and earning first team All-American and Pac10 status in his senior year.
Over two summers while he attended college, Satin played in the Cape Cod League. You guessed it! Satin was selected as a Cape Cod all-star both years.
Drafted by the Mets in the 6th round of baseball’s amateur draft, Satin has methodically climbed every rung of the Mets farm system ladder. After inking his name on the contrac...