The Binghamton outfielder, originally selected in the 48th round of the 2001 draft, has endured up and down times during his tenure in the organization. Despite being hampered by injury at the start of this season, he still pushes on, working to find his maximum potential. Here is a scouting report on Jamar Hill
November 9, 2007
After much uncertainly when he broke camp in the spring, Jamar Hill has finally made it to his highest level yet, taking advantage of his time in Binghamton. He has been a sturdy presence in the B-Mets outfield after his midseason call up. Inside Pitch spoke with Hill about the road he took to get to this point.
August 22, 2007
After a rocky 2006 season with the Mets in the Florida State League, Jamar Hill returns to St. Lucie for a spring that he hopes will pay dividends for his future. Despite his size and natural power, he struggled to find the consistency which could progress his game. He broke his second day of camp on Thursday and Inside Pitch caught up with the 24 year old outfielder.
March 8, 2007
The New York Mets drafted Jamar Hill in the 48th round of the 2001 draft out of Santa Ana College in California. An Alaska product, Hill is coming off a disappointing year, but he still has an intriguing combination of power and speed. Here's a scouting report on Jamar Hill.
December 22, 2006
Inside Pitch analyzes the Mets' outfield prospects. Which outfield prospects have the highest upside? Which are the ones ready to make a Major League impact soon? These questions are answered in Part One of our two-part series on the Mets' outfield prospects.
March 28, 2006
Jamar Hill's overall numbers with the St. Lucie Mets in 2005 didn't exactly jump off the page. But with the way he finished the year, and with the shape he's shown up to camp in this Spring Training, Hill still has set his sights on breaking camp with the AA-Binghamton Mets in 2006.
March 17, 2006