Wilmer Flores

Changes, Changes: My Offseason Plan for the New York Mets

October 27, 2013 // 4 Comments

The Mets have a few glaring needs going into this offseason. Despite the numerous promising young players rising through the minor leagues and onto the 40-man roster, there are a few positions that will need to be filled for the team to be competitive in 2014 and beyond. The foundation seems to be [...]

Flores Gets The Call, But Where Will He Play Long-Term?

August 6, 2013 // 0 Comments

In case you missed the news, the Mets today called up their second-best hitting prospect Wilmer Flores from Triple-A (and placed Bobby Parnell on the DL). Flores, who turns 22 years old today, was ranked number five on my top prospect list and by MetsMinors.net. He is having an excellent season for [...]

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 [...]

Link: Time To Jump Off The Flores Bandwagon?

May 22, 2013 // 2 Comments

Brian Joura has an interesting piece up on Mets360, talking about how he is jumping off the Wilmer Flores bandwagon, despite all the hype (at least in Mets Nation): Many of us had visions of Flores tearing things up in Triple-A this year. Not only was he coming off a strong offensive year, he would [...]

2013 Minor League Preview: Las Vegas 51s

April 7, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Mets changed Triple-A affiliates this offseason, going from Buffalo to Las Vegas and from the International League to the Pacific Coast League. The biggest storyline for this team will be how the move affects development. The Pacific Coast League, especially Las Vegas, is notorious for inflated [...]

2013 Up Along First Top 20 Prospects

February 6, 2013 // 0 Comments

20. Jack Leathersich, LHP Height: 5’11″ Weight: 205 Throws/Bats: L/R We may be seeing Josh Edgin 2.0 as Jack Leathersich shoots up the ladder. Another college lefty reliever. However, Leathersich is rather unconventional, and has been slightly more successful than Edgin was in his short time [...]
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