5 Mets players from last year you already forgot about

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You forgot Chance Sisco played for the NY Mets last year

Mason Williams is one thing to remember. There was a lot of talk leading up to his promotion due to how well he was hitting in Triple-A. Chance Sisco is a different story. If you can recollect any of his 10 plate appearances for the Mets, including his 1 hit, you might want to think about updating your online dating profile with information about something other than your favorite baseball team.

Sisco was a waiver claim by the Mets on June 25 from the Baltimore Orioles. Brought in as a veteran insurance policy behind the plate, he ended up playing in five games for them. One of them was a suspended game from April against the Miami Marlins. So don’t try looking at his game logs from last year and get as confused as I to see him go from Baltimore to New York back to Baltimore and to New York again.

The lone hit of his run with the Mets was a pinch-hit double against the San Francisco Giants. Nobody believed it was the start of something good. Sisco’s purpose was understood from the moment he joined the club. If he was going to play at all, it meant someone else wasn’t feeling so good.