2010 Draft Rewind: Patrick Farrell, 32nd Rounder

By Former Writers

December 29, 2013 1 Comment

Patrick farrellCatcher 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.

Farrell 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.

He struggled in limited action as he bounced around three different teams his first season.  He appeared in only 18 games and hit .193 with two HR and nine RBI.  He struck out 28 times in 57 plate appearances with 11 hits and scored three runs.  His two home runs were his only extra base hits and he did not record a single walk.

He returned in the 2011 season and played for the Sand Gnats until June 28th.

He appeared in only eight games and batted .095 with no home runs and a RBI.  He had two hits in 21 at bats and a Double.  He struck out seven times and had one walk.

Farrell’s career line consisted of 26 games played, a .167 batting average, two home runs, 10 RBI, 78 at bats, five Runs, 13 base hits, Double, Walk, 35 strikeouts, and an OBP of .177.   He appeared in 16 games behind home plate and 1 additional game at First Base.

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