New York Mets Farm System Report 2015

New York Mets Farm System

Rank #5 heading into the 2015 season
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New York Mets Farm System

The New York Mets are in such a unique position, they have a ton of young, affordable pitchers under their control. Which is exactly what every team in at the MLB level desires. They currently have seven (7) guys that could pencil in at their rotation in the bigs and another two or three in the minors ready to make their debut at some point during the 2015 season. RHP Noah Syndergaard is their prized pitching prospect. He currently ranks as the #10 best prospect in all of baseball (Top 100 List). Syndergaard or Thor as he is known as struggled through injuries in 2014 and will return to Triple-A in 2015. He has the polish, consistent delivery and body to be a work horse in the bigs. A power-pitcher with a solid curve.

Rafael Montero had a brief stint in the bigs last year before heading back to the minors. He still profiles as a reliever. Steven Matz was a second round pick during the 2009 draft out of Ward Melville High School in East Setauket, NY. He has been a slow to develop lefty. He ended up having Tommy John surgery which ultimately delayed his debut in professional baseball until 2012. So far he has posted a career era of 2.32 in just 276 career minor league innings over a four year span. That’s not a lot of innings. He still currently profiles as a mid-rotation starter with a chance to develop into a No. 2 guy.

Another guy in the NY Mets Farm System we really like is Kevin Pawecki or more or less, his bat. He was a was a three-year starter at Purdue and he never hit lower than .341 during his college career. Since signing his pro contract, all he has do was hit. What makes him so special, he has impressive bat control. Case in point he struck out just 29 times in 623 at-bats in his final three years in college and last season he k’d just 48 times in 376 at-bats. The power is not there yet but scouts predict it will be in the future. A quality back stop that the should be in the bigs with the Mets sometime this season.
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Mr. Wyoming, Brandon Nimmo has one of the best plate approach in the minors. He was the highest player ever drafted from the state of Wyoming. What is so fascinating about Nimmo is that he never played baseball in high school because Wyoming did not offer interscholastic baseball. A solid hitter with a knack for grinding out at bats. He’s expected to begin the 2015 season at Double-A. The Mets selected Michael Conforto was their first round pick (10) who profiles as a 20-20 guy. Overall the Mets system has a ton of talent that should push them into contention as early as 2016. As you can see, the Mets farm system is loaded.