Robert Gsellman at heart of the rotation race – He’s been good so far this spring but he needs to show lasting power in the games to come.
Gavin Cecchini still looks great – He’s hitting .500 but he’s also hitting for power and we know that he’s patient at the plate. Very little to gripe about.
Rafael Montero making bid to be relevant again – 6.0 innings pitched with 1 hit, 3 walks and 8 strikeouts could do that.
Amed Rosario still in line to be the next Met shortstop – He’s been good and will be up in Queens if Asdrubal Cabrera gets injured for any length of time.
P.J. Conlon has mixed results – On the good side, he hasn’t given up a run. On the bad side, he cannot afford to walk as many batters as he has this spring.
Brandon Nimmo earning his spot in Flushing – Batting .476 will do that but there are flaws. He’s not showing speed, patience or power.
Marcos Molina not ready for the bigs – While we won’t complain about him tossing up a 2.08 ERA we need to acknowledge the lack of supporting peripherals.
Dominic Smith still has growing to do – He’s been fine this spring but is showing the Mets need to give him more time before he moves to Queens.
Phillip Evans showing power – He’s got a 1.000 OPS this spring and hasn’t taken a walk. That’s both a good and a bad thing.
Tomas Nido enjoying his first taste of camp – Nido has a .819 OPS this spring and should be followed in the minors this season.