Category: Prospect Watch
Likely Candidates To Earn Promotion to Mets Bullpen

With the Mets bullpen being as shaky as it has been through the club`s first 40 games, the Mets will eventually have to call in reinforcements for the bullpen. Don`t be surprised to see any of these four pitchers warming up in the `pen at Citi Field sometime during the next few weeks. SPOILER ALERT: (Josh Edgin is NOT included)

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Prospect Watch: Cory Vaughn

Cory Vaughn is now rated as the the Mets 6th overall prospect in the farm system. He is the son of former big league slugger Greg Vaughn, and has followed in his fathers footsteps on the fast track to the major leagues. The 22 year old outfielder was the Mets 4th round pick out of San Diego State in the

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Mets Prospects Harvey, Familia Reunite In AA, Holt To Pen

With the recent promotion of Matt Harvey to Double-A Binghamton, he will now be re-joining forces with the other top pitching prospect in the Mets farm system, Jeurys Familia.   Harvey and Familia have both been dominant this season and have both earned promotions to the next level. Jeurys Famiia was the first to earn the call up to Double-A Binghamton, and has

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In Typical Mets Fashion, Jeurys Familia Has Just 1 Win

Jeurys Familia has been the Mets most dominant starting pitcher in the Minor Leagues this season. Yet he has just 1 win to show for his efforts? How is this possible? Well, it’s possible because he plays in the Mets organization. Jeurys has dominated the minor leagues and has just 1 win to show for it. I’m not really sure

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Prospect Watch: Wilmer Flores

Amidst this crazy season, it’s easy to forget about a guy who most of upper management is hoping will be apart of the team’s future within the next few years. Flores, 19, is the prototypical Mets prospect in that he’s young and raw with unlimited amounts of potential. They signed him as an undrafted free agent out of Venezuela back

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Jeurys Familia Dominates Again In 2nd Outing For Binghamton

Mets pitching prospect Jeurys Familia was unhittable again, as he made his second start for Double-A Binghamton. The righty was called up ten days ago, and has continued his strong start to the 2011 season, showing why he was ranked as the 2nd best pitching prospect in the Mets farm system behind Matt Harvey. While news of Mejia going under

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Jeurys Familia First Mets Farmhand Promoted

Now that the Mets announced that RHP Jeurys Familia has been promoted from High-A Port St. Lucie up to Double-A Binghamton, its time to see what he can do. With Mejia now going under the knife facing Tommy John Surgery, the rest of this seasons news from the minors will focus on the trio of power arms in Matt Harvey,

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Brad Holt’s Long Winding Road Through The Mets Farm System

As the Legend of Matt Harvey and his 22 inning scoreless streak continues to grow, another former first round pick at Double-A Binghamton named Brad Holt has gotten off to an impressive start this season. Holt looks to prove that his struggles are behind him, and knows his key to success is regaining command of the strike zone. Brad Holt

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Young Pitching Prospects Show Promise Early

With still 149 games to play, a small winning streak gets us right back near .500. But, while the big club continues to struggle, some of the promising young prospects down in the minors are showing their potential early. The trio of Jeurys Familia, Jenrry Mejia, along with Matt Harvey, who are the top 3 pitching prospects in the Mets

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Matt Harvey Continues to dominate, F-Mart DL bound again

Matt Harvey is only 2 starts into his professional career, but things could not have started out much better for last years first round pick who is now 2-0. His second outing was even better than his first as he went, 6 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 8k’s. Harvey threw just 81 pitches in his six inning outing,

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