Catcher Patrick Farrell was picked in the 32nd round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Mets. The 962nd overall pick and former Second Team All-American played in the organization for two seasons.
Patrick played for three different Mets affiliates in 2010:
Kingsport Mets (Rookie) from July 17th-July 23rd.
Savannah Sand Gnats (A) from July 24th-Aug 7th.
Brooklyn Cyclones (A-) from Aug 13th-Sept 5th.
Patrick struggled in limited action as he bounced around three different teams his first season. He appeared in only 18 games and hit .193 with 2 HR and 9 RBI. He struck out 28 times in 57 plate appearances with 11 hits and scored 3 runs. His two home runs were his only extra base hits and he did not record a single walk.
Patrick returned in the 2011 season and played for the Sand Gnats in the South Atlantic League until June 28th.
He appeared in only 8 games and batted .095 with 0 HR and 1 RBI. He had 2 hits in 21 at bats and 1 Double. He struck out 7 times and had 1 walk.
Patrick’s career line consisted of 26 games played, a .167 batting average, 2 HR, 10 RBI, 78 at bats, 5 Runs, 13 base hits, 1 Double, 1 Walk, 35 strikeouts, and an OBP of .177. He appeared in 16 games behind home plate and 1 additional game at First Base.