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
InsidePitchMagazine.com analyzes the top hitters in the Mets' system, ranking the top ten who project to hit for the highest averages at the Major League level. With five of our top ten from last year's list no longer in the farm system, or losing their rookie status, this year's edition has some intriguing names.
March 5, 2006
The exodus of Wayne Lydon, Angel Pagan, Jeff Duncan, Prentice Redman, and Dante Brinkley over the last year has reshaped the speed landscape of the Mets' farm system. InsidePitchMagazine.com analyzes the top speed prospects in the Mets' system, ranking the top ten stolen base threats.
March 2, 2006
Over the next couple of months we'll be dissecting the top ten prospects in many different tools' categories in a series of articles called "Tool Time". Before we do, here is a look at the top pitching, offensive and defensive tools as we crown players with titles such as "Best Curveball", "Best Throwing Arm", "Best Power", and many more.
January 24, 2006
Not many farm systems have seen the kind of shuffle in one offseason like the Mets have this past winter. After releasing our preliminary Top 50 Mets' Prospects rankings in November, combined with the recent subtractions of several prospects, here's our updated Top 50 Mets' Prospects rankings as listed in our upcoming annual "Prospect Guide", the February issue of Inside Pitch Magazine.
January 20, 2006
The New York Mets drafted outfielder Greg Gonzalez with their 28th round pick in the 2005 draft out of Cal State-Chico. Gonzalez immediately impressed the Mets' brass with his contact hitting and plus speed with the Brooklyn Cyclones in his professional debut. Ranking #47 among the Mets' Top 50 prospects, here is a scouting report on Greg Gonzalez.
November 17, 2005
The Kingsport Mets finished their 2005 season at 28-40, but their hitting kept them in games. We take a look at the peripheral stats of these young hitters to find out what their strengths and weaknesses are as they continue to develop in the Mets' farm system. Though very early, we'll even handicap where this hitters will be playing in the 2006 season. Here are the hitters that amassed at least 125 at-bats for Kingsport and didn't get more than 125 with another club.
October 25, 2005
While many people will judge various prospects by their overall numbers to see how good they are, many scouts and the Mets' brass will take a closer look at how they have down coming down the stretch. Here's a look at the Mets' hitting prospects that are finishing off their 2005 season in a strong fashion.
September 1, 2005