1. Go to this site: http://www.mlb.com/mlb/prospects/watch/y2012/
2. Select the "20 by team" category.
3. Click on "Mets"
Puello had a tough season last year - injuries side lined him
He needs a bouce back year in 2013
I think he starts in St Lucie again but if plays well should be in AA after May
SAME for Ceciliani but he has had multi-injuries SEASONS
I dont see it.Maybe injuries are a part of it.He has awful plate discipline, strikes out a ton and really hasnt hit with much power.He does steal bases and has a hose in the OF.
Its like Vaughn is doing what Cesar should be doing right now but nobody talks about him
thats bc vaughn has a really long swing, a low average, and finds it hard to make contact
vaughn's CEILING is scott hairston
his floor is never making it past AA
He had a lot buzz after the 2010 season. I think BA ranked him the Mets #3 prospect.
He didn't do very well in 2011 or 2012.
He's probably not much of a prospect at this point.
Can't argue with anything you said about Havens, but the Mets have waited a long time for him to get healthy.
He was healthy, for the most part, last year, but struggled in AA. His .215 avg could have been an aberation and he may have a lot of rust due to multiple injuries that caused him to miss alot of development time. The things the Mets probably like are that he's decent defensively, has some pop and despite hitting .215, had a .340 OBP.
Havens is a lot like den Dekker, both are 26 and need to prove they can hit AAA pitching before they can be considered for a ML spot. One way or the other, it'll probably be the last year for both on any prospect top 10 or 20 list.
lagares's future w/ the org depends on if he shows the ability to stay at cf long term
if he does, he can be a starter...otherwise, he is endy chavez w/ a little less range but a little bit better hit tool
either way, the guy is a major leaguer