Mets GM Sandy Alderson is frustrated and he's sure Mets fans are frustrated, too. Up until Saturday's 20-inning marathon loss to the Miami Marlins, the front office of the Mets have given their players the benefit of the doubt that they'll be able to right the ship. A little over 24-hours has passed since that dreadful loss and Alderson's approach has drastically changed.
Ike Davis, Mike Baxter, and Robert Carson have been demoted to Las Vegas making way for Josh Satin, Josh Edgin, and Colin Cowgill. Nothing to really get excited about. Two-thirds of this trio have already had their share of trials and tribulations earlier in the season. Edgin and Cowgill made the Opening Day roster but weren't able to stick. As for Satin, he's a 28-yr-old minor leaguer still trying to prove that he belongs on an MLB roster. So why the change in personnel?