Mets announce Minor League Awards

Gabriel YnoaOn Friday Morning, the New York Mets announced their Minor League Awards for 2013.

Individual Level Awards:

AAA: Rafael Montero- 12-7, 2.79 ERA, 155.0 IP, 150 K, 35 BB

AA: Noah Syndergaard- 9-4, 3.07 ERA, 117.2 IP, 133 K, 28 BB & Jeff Walters- 4-3, 38 SV, 2.09 ERA, 56 IP, 60 K, 16 BB

A+: Dustin Lawley- .260/.313/.512, 25 HR, 92 RBIs, 33 2B, .367 wOBA, 129 wRC+

A: Jayce Boyd- .292/.371/.421, 4 HR, 37 RBIs, 13 2B, .366 wOBA, 128 wRC+ (58 games)

A-: Robert Gsellman- 6-6, 2.54 ERA, 110 IP, 85 K, 23 BB

Rk: Robert Whalen- 3-2, 1.99 ERA, 72.1 IP, 76 K, 17 BB

GCL: Dominic Smith- .288/.387/.411, 3 HR, 22 RBIs, 9 2B, .375 wOBA, 135 wRC+

DSL 1: John Mora- .297/.384/.384, 0 HR, 22 RBIs, 11 SB, 8 2B, .383 wOBA, 132 wRC+ (37 games)

DSL 2: Jose Medina- 2-0, 0.35 ERA (!), 52 IP, 41 K, 6 BB (!)

And the Sterling Awards went to:

Co-Players of the Year: Allan Dykstra- .272/.434/.500, 21 HR, 82 RBI, 22 2B, .423 wOBA, 163 wRC+ at AA & Kevin Plawecki- .314/.390/.494, 6 HR, 43 RBIs, 24 2B, .402 wOBA, 152 wRC+ in 65 games at A, .291/.391/.392, 2 HR, 37 RBIs, 14 2B, .371 wOBA, 131 wRC+ in 60 games at A+.

Pitcher: Gabriel Ynoa- 15-4, 2.72 ERA, 135.2 IP, 106 K, 16 BB

The Sterling Award winners will be honored in a special pre-game ceremony at Citi Field tonight.

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3 comments for “Mets announce Minor League Awards

  1. amazin
    September 27, 2013 at 1:24 pm

    Gotta give Alderson a lot of credit. He turned this farm system from one of the worst in ML baseball to one in the top half. And it will probably be in the top ten in the next season or two. Lots of hard throwers and more and more position players.

    • Joe Vasile
      September 27, 2013 at 3:52 pm

      I agree. Right now I see a top 5 (or maybe even 3) pitching system, but it is still very weak in terms of hitting, especially now that d’Arnaud and Flores are in the majors. Kevin Plawecki and Dominic Smith are really all that exist in terms of guys with a nice likelihood of producing at the MLB level.

      • September 28, 2013 at 8:39 am

        Agreed. Although I’d say Nimmo is still a big time prospect as well. Hopefully some of these young, IFA position players with potential start start making some noise in the next few years as well. Plus, I wonder what Puello will do next year. It’ll be a very important season for him.

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