Mets Minor Leagues

A Closer Look At Noah Syndergaard’s Dominance

August 2, 2013 // 0 Comments

Noah Syndergaard has steamrolled through the minor leagues. His worst ERA at any level of the minors is a still-impressive 3.11 in 12 starts with St. Lucie. He doesn’t walk many batters and he strikes out more than one per inning. The excitement surrounding the enormous 6’6, 240 pound [...]

Mets Sign Venezuelan SS Luis Carpio

July 12, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Mets have signed a Venezuelan shortstop named Luis Carpio for $300,000. Carpio could not sign until yesterday because he had not yet turned 16. The Mets had been linked to Carpio from the beginning and were the favorites to sign him. Carpio was ranked the 30th best international prospect in [...]

Midseason Stock Watch On The Mets’ Top Prospects

July 1, 2013 // 0 Comments

We’re at just about the halfway point in the major league season, and more than halfway through the minor league season, so I figured it would be a good time to revisit my pre-season top 20 prospect rankings to see who is exceeding expectations, and who isn’t. Let’s just get right [...]

Who’s Hot, Who’s Not: Davis On Fire, Nimmo Ice Cold

June 26, 2013 // 0 Comments

Who’s Hot Ike Davis, 1B (LAS): Davis is proving that he belongs back in the big leagues. Davis hit an incredible five home runs this week for Las Vegas, while batting .450/.593/1.350 in 27 trips to the plate. He also has three doubles, seven walks, and has struck out only four times. What we [...]

MLB Draft: Mets Go Young In Early Rounds

June 7, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Mets once again stuck to younger players in the early rounds of this year’s draft, picking three high schoolers in the first three rounds. Here is a roundup of the first five rounds of the draft. *   *   * With their first pick, the Mets selected Dominic Smith 11th overall. Smith, 17, [...]
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