Brett Baty made his MLB debut just over three years after being drafted in the first round. A single at-bat was all it took for him to make an impression on the Mets.

In his first career plate appearance, Baty homered in the second inning of Wednesday's game against the Braves.

On Tuesday, Baty was promoted from Triple A, where he was batting .315/.410/.533 with 19 home runs..

Baty was drafted 12th overall in the 2019 NFL Draft out of Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas.

As the organization's representative for the Futures Game in 2021, he was a consensus Top 100 prospect heading into this season.

The Mets have acquired Baty in order to add depth to their infield as a result of the team's need to improve its depth on the field.

Baty has the opportunity to establish himself on a first-place team with both Eduardo Escobar and Luis Guillorme on the injured list.

It is certain that Baty won't forget his first at-bat for quite some time to come, however long his first big-league stint lasts.

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