In this edition of Week in Review, we take a look at what pitcher has redefined his role in New Orleans? What familiar face has emerged as a power threat in Binghamton? Who is leading the staff down in St. Lucie and what youngster continues to impress in Savannah? Find out the answers those questions and more…
May 25, 2008
Caleb Stewart, 25, has progressively moved up the Mets' organization basically one level per season throughout his career. Now, Stewart discusses with Inside Pitch making it to New Orleans for Opening Day and what he continues to improve after an injury disrupted a very positive season in 2007.
May 3, 2008
Last season, Caleb Stewart streaked to a red hot start and earned an All-Star selection in the Eastern League, but a nagging injury slowed his second half as he finished the regular season on a downward note. However, a strong stint in the Arizona Fall League boosted his confidence and now Stewart looks to get back to the quality of play that landed him such distinction in 2007.
March 25, 2008
The New York Mets selected the right-handed slugger in the 22nd round of the 2004 MLB Draft out of the University of Kentucky. Stewart has always been known for his good natural power but as he has moved up, his game has been about developing more consistent contact. Here is a scouting report on Binghamton outfielder Caleb Stewart.
January 21, 2008
A number of Mets' prospects headed home this weekend after the Arizona Fall League came to an end. The 32-game schedule allowed the participants to create a launching point for the 2008 season. The season benefited few, while others maintained struggles that affected them during the regular season. Here is the final rundown of the AFL.
November 18, 2007
We had many more than the Top 50 to consider in our rankings. However, we will not overlook those on the fringe of those rankings. This is a rundown of who missed the mark, what keeps them right on the other side of Thursday's list, and what they need to do to break into that group. Here is a list of those Beyond the Top 50.
November 2, 2007
The Binghamton slugger got off to a red hot start this season, mashing his way to a Double-A All-Star berth, but injury knocked him off track during the summer. Now in the Arizona Fall League, Caleb Stewart hopes to end his year on positive swing and demonstrate that he is more like the player he was into July, and not the one many saw in the second half.
October 31, 2007