“Anecdotal evidence suggests the Mets will continue to be players in Latin America. They opted to keep on Ismael Cruz, the organization’s international scouting director who had a hand in signing the top three prospects on this list, as well as Aderlin Rodriguez and Juan Urbina. Be sure to look for Ben Badler’s feature on the Mets’ recent international efforts. It will run as Prospect Pulse in our NL East issue and also on BA.com next week.”

Matthew Eddy, responding to a question if the new front office will mean any change in the Mets’ focus on Latin America.

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One comment on “Will Mets still be players for top Latin talent?

  • Mike C.

    I love the Mets. I don’t love “Los Mets.”

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