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Prospect Pulse: The Left-Handed Pitchers

An article by posted on October 11, 2011 0 Comments
Prospect Pulse: The Left-Handed Pitchers

In the on-going endeavor to compile as many stats, and as many lists as possible regarding our beloved Amazin’s, here is the NY Mets 2012 Top Ten Left-Handers in the farm system, list. In previous posts I have identified areas of weakness in the farm system at the positions of catcher, and shortstop. Here is […]

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Collin McHugh On What Mets Want Him To Work On

An article by posted on October 8, 2011 0 Comments
Collin McHugh On What Mets Want Him To Work On

Mets pitching prospect Collin McHugh, took some questions on his blog entitled “A Day Older, A Day Wiser” and just posted them. I liked this exchange in particular: Do the Met’s coaches tell you specifically what they want you to work on or what you have to improve on or how much more you need […]

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Wheeler Tops Mets 2011 Prospect List

An article by posted on October 8, 2011 0 Comments

Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com re-ranked his pre-season 2011 Top 10 Prospects for the Mets and now has newcomer Zack Wheeler ranked as the Mets No. 1 prospect. Here are his 2011 pre and post season rankings: For a team that is starving for some top level pitching on the major league squad, it’s good to see […]

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Florida State League Top Prospects: Matt Harvey #2, Wilmer Flores #20

An article by posted on October 4, 2011 0 Comments
Florida State League Top Prospects: Matt Harvey #2, Wilmer Flores #20

Baseball America released their Florida State League Top 20 Prospects and Mets pitching prospect Matt Harvey was ranked at #2 while infielder Wilmer Flores closed out the list at #20. Matt Harvey had a tremendous campaign for the Mets in 2011. The big right-hander started out in St. Lucie and went 8-2 with a 2.37 ERA and […]

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(Updated) Mets Will Have The 12th Pick In The Draft Next June

An article by posted on October 3, 2011 0 Comments
(Updated) Mets Will Have The 12th Pick In The Draft Next June

Updated Oct. 3 I just wanted to update this post with the complete 2012 Amateur Draft order from Adam Rubin. I did calculate the 12th pick correctly for the Mets last week. Here’s the 2012 draft order: 1. Houston 56-106 2. Minnesota 63-99 3. Seattle 67-95 4. Baltimore 69-93 5. Kansas City 71-91 6. Chicago […]

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Mets Have Some Tough Rule 5 Decisions Ahead

An article by posted on September 17, 2011 0 Comments

The New York Post highlighted some Mets prospects that could become exposed in the Rule 5 Draft this Winter unless they are added to the 40-man roster. They are: Reese Havens (Mets first-round pick in 2008): The second baseman, taken four picks after Ike Davis, has suffered through one injury after another practically since the […]

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Mets 2011 Sterling Award Winners Announced

An article by posted on September 15, 2011 0 Comments
Mets 2011 Sterling Award Winners Announced

ORGANIZATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR: JOSH SATIN (INF) Height: 6-2 Weight: 200 Bats: Right Throws: Right Born: 12/23/84, Hidden Hills, CA Resides: Hidden Hills, CA Obtained: Mets’ 25th-round pick in 2007 Signing Scout: Doug Thurman Satin split the season between Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League and Buffalo (AAA) of the International League, hitting a […]

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Savannah Wins! Series Tied At One

An article by posted on September 13, 2011 0 Comments
Savannah Wins! Series Tied At One

Luis Nieves hit a solo HR in the top of the 7th, and Aderlin Rodriguez crushed a two-run job in the 8th, to ice the game en route to a 7-3 Savannah win in Game Two of their championship series with Greensboro. Right-hander Yohan Almonte, pitching in relief of starter Gonzalez Germen, picked up the win with […]

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Sickels On Chris Schwinden

An article by posted on September 12, 2011 0 Comments

John Sickels of Minor League Ball features Mets rookie Chris Schwinden in his Prospect of the Day Series. He writes: There is nothing special about his velocity, his fastball is just in the 86-90 range. He mixes in a cutter, curveball, and changeup, relying on sharp command of his secondary pitches to succeed. He has […]

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St. Lucie Falls To Daytona In Game One

An article by posted on September 10, 2011 0 Comments
St. Lucie Falls To Daytona In Game One

With the Mets and Cubs locked in a tense 1-1 tie in the bottom of the 8th, in the opener of the FSL Championship Series, Daytona shortstop Elliot Soto singled to drive in the go-ahead run. Soto would score later in the inning to give the Cubs a 3-1 victory, in the best-of-five game series. […]

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