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Comparing Cesar Puello and Carlos Beltran

December 10, 2011
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Cesar Puello

Recently over at his MetsMinorLeagueBlog.com Toby Hyde made an interesting age-based comparison when he matched up Cesar Puello and Carlos Beltran. Hyde pointed out that they were both playing center field in Hi-A at age 20 and both put up mediocre stat lines. Here are their respective numbers: Beltran – .229/.311/.363 Puello – .259/.310/.397 The big difference was in their walk rate. Beltran had a 9.7 BB/9 while Puello turned in a 3.7 mark last…

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Mets Minors: End of season wrap-up

September 16, 2011
By
matt-harvey

The regular season for Mets minor leaguers ended on Labor Day and the Class A St. Lucie Mets were eliminated in the championship series of the Florida State League playoffs and Savannah is one win away from a low Class A title in the South Atlantic League. With the offseason quickly approaching, now is a good time to take a snap shot of the prospects the Mets will be counting on in coming seasons. The…

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Mets Minors: Updated Top 10 list

May 31, 2011
By
Matt Harvey

With the Mets seemingly on the verge of a salary purge over the next few months and going to have to rely on the farm system more over the next several years, let’s look at an updated top-10 prospect list for the embattled organization. The farm system lacks top-end talent and depth. Injuries this season have thwarted the progress of top pitcher Jenrry Mejia, infielders Zach Lutz and Reese Havens and outfielders Darrell Ceciliani and…

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Mets 2011 Top 10 Prospects

December 21, 2010
By
Cory Vaughn

One of the reasons cited for getting rid of Omar Minaya was that he did not build a strong farm system. Last year, six players who made my top prospect list contributed to the Mets and no longer have rookie eligibility. This includes Jenrry Mejia and Fernando Martinez, both who lost their rookie status because they accumulated more than 45 days on the active roster. So, it is actually surprising the overall shape of the…

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