BINGHAMTON, NY - Robert Carson was one of the B-Met's starting pitchers last season, where he earned a W-L record of 4-11 and a 5.05 ERA. But this year he has moved to the bullpen, where he's been making a great transition, according to pitching coach Glenn Abbott.
May 9, 2012
The New York Mets selected left-handed pitcher Robert Carson in the 14th round of the 2007 MLB Draft out of Hattiesburg High School in Mississippi. His less than overwhelming stats in recent years truly belies his natural stuff and therefore stills offers the organization some real intriguing long-term potential.
March 13, 2012
Scouting reports are the foundation of the talent evaluation system, and clubs don't stop scouting players once they enter the pros. As part of our Arizona Fall League coverage here at Scout.com, we'll be providing team quality first-hand scouting reports on prospects from around the league. Here's a look at Mets' prospect, Robert Carson.
October 30, 2011
BINGHAMTON, NY - The job of pitching coach is rarely easy, and that is no different for B-Mets pitching coach Marc Valdes. Valdes is overseeing a deep assortment of arms, including a number of the organization's top prospects. Two months into the season, Inside Pitch caught up with Valdes to get his thoughts on a number of his pitchers - how they have fared so far and where they are going.
June 1, 2011
NEW BRITAIN, CT – The B-Mets road trip continued on Thursday with a finale in New Britain. Robert Carson took the hill and was very solid in his effort, but most of the production came from Allan Dykstra, who provided a number of big hits in the B-Mets' 7-3 loss to the Rock Cats. Inside Pitch was there and files this following edition of Mets Minor League Notebook.
May 26, 2011
BINGHAMTON, NY – Robert Carson was promoted to Double-A last summer, but his first trip through the Eastern League did not live up to his own expectations. Now, the southpaw is back in Binghamton and hopes to turn around his effort at the level. How is working to do that? Look inside to find out.
May 3, 2011
Robert Carson did not exactly fill up the stat sheet with impressive numbers in 2010. However, statistics are not what make Carson a valuable piece to the Mets farm system. His athleticism, arm strength and fastball velocity combine to make the left-hander a potential bullpen chip this season and definitely one in upcoming seasons. Check out his scouting report to find out why, and more.
January 25, 2011