Satin hit .289 with nine homers and 49 RBI in 100 at-bats with Las Vegas, where the Mets sent him after he hit .107 in 28 at-bats to start the major league season. Last year, Satin hit .279 with three homers in 75 games with the Mets. Goeddel, making his major league debut in his fifth season in the Mets organization, was 3-2 with a 5.37 ERA and three holds at Vegas.
Ceteno started the season at Las Vegas, where he spent most of last season, and was called up in May when Travis d'Arnaud went on the DL. He had five hits in 18 at-bats in the majors before being sent back to Las Vegas. He hit .291 with a homer and 17 RB in 53 games with Vegas, and .286 with no homers and eight RBI in 21 games with Binghamton. Ceteno, who also was called up to the majors last September, is regarded by some as the best defensive catcher in the organization.
Alvarez, 25, made his minor league debut in 2007 in the Phillies organization, but left professional baseball after three seasons. He returned in 2013 with Brooklyn. This season, he was 7-1 with a 1.32 ERA at Class A Savannah and a combined 3-0 with a 0.00 ERA in nine outings at St. Lucie and Binghamton.