Sunday, May 4, 2014
It's Time To Call Up Anthony Seratelli
The Met's knew that they had issues at shortstop before the season, so it's no surprise that there has been very little offensive productivity through the first month of the season. Ruben Tejada has to be very close to being traded, released or sent down. Omar Quintanilla has been 'ok', but far from what the Met's need to compete. At ethis point the Met's really need to take a look at Anthony Seratelli. Seratelli is hitting .326 for AAA Las Vegas and has been a consistent minor leaguer for almost a decade (he has never played in the majors). He was also one of the last players cut at the end of spring training and showed the team that he could be productive. Seratelli may not be the Met's short stop of the future, but his energy could boost the Met's and get them back on the right track. Also, it would be a pretty cool story for this guy to finally make it to the majors. Here is a link to a great piece about his journey through the minors. It seems to be only a matter of time.