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Even as individual Mets players achieve franchise milestones, the club has remained mired in fourth place in the National League East for the past four seasons. Win totals have diminished each year since 2010, dropping from 79 to 77 down to 74.

New York's salary expenditures and attendance continue to drop as well. Its Opening Day payroll has plummeted from $149 million in 2009 to $93 million in 2012, while Citi Field attendance has fallen from 3.2 million to 2.2 million in the same period.

The Mets may begin bidding for impact free agents again following the 2013 season, after which Jason Bay and Johan Santana come off the books. Then again, they may not, given the financial difficulties faced by owner Fred Wilpon, who took a $162 million hit because of his involvement with Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff.

Amid the gloom, Mets players delivered a number of high points in 2012. Santana threw the first no-hitter in the 51-year history of the franchise on June 1, though it required 134 pitches and he was ineffective afterward.

Signed as a minor league free agent in 2009, R.A. Dickey tossed back-to-back one-hitters in June, led the NL in strikeouts (230) and innings (234), and became the first knuckleballer to win a Cy Young Award.

David Wright, the last impact player developed by the Mets, established franchise career marks for runs, hits, RBIs and walks. He'll add more records after the club signed him to an eight-year, $138 million extension in December.

The arrival of Matt Harvey in late July served as perhaps the brightest spot for the Mets' future. The seventh overall pick in the 2010 draft, Harvey struck out 11 Diamondbacks over 5 1⁄3 shutout innings in his debut. He ranked as the No. 1 prospect in the Triple-A International League—and might have done the same on this list had he still qualified—and ranked fourth among major league starters in fastball velocity (94.7 mph) and first in slider velocity (88.4 mph) among those with at least 50 innings.

The Mets have several holes to fill after ranking 12th in the NL in scoring and 10th in runs allowed in 2012. They have hope on the mound if Harvey and righthander Zack Wheeler, the system's best prospect, fulfill their potential as frontline starters.

A lack of blue-chip position prospects clouds New York's future lineup possibilities, however. Its best upper-level hitter is infielder Wilmer Flores, but he may not have enough power or defensive chops to profile as a long-term starter at any position.

Mets domestic farm clubs finished with a cumulative winning record for the third straight season, with the pitching staffs at high Class A St. Lucie, low Class A Savannah and short-season Brooklyn serving as particular highlights. All three units led their leagues in ERA, WHIP and K-BB ratio while featuring the bulk of the system's most promising arms, including Luis Mateo, Rafael Montero and Michael Fulmer.

Though the Mets sought to cut costs by going without an entry in the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League in 2012, they'll reverse course in 2013 and continue to invest in player development. For the second straight year, New York set a new franchise record for draft bonuses, upping the mark to $7 million. It also signed Dominican shortstop Amed Rosario for $1.75 million, the highest bonus it ever has paid for an international amateur.



1. Zack Wheeler, rhp Born: May 30, 1990 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-4 Wt.: 185
Drafted: East Paulding HS, Dallas, Ga., 2009 (1st round).  Signed by: Sean O'Connor (Giants)
Zack WheelerBackground: The Giants know a thing or three about drafting high school pitchers in the first round. Matt Cain (25th overall, 2002) and Madison Bumgarner (10th overall, 2007) have helped pitch San Francisco to World Series titles in two of the past three seasons. Taken sixth overall in 2009 out of East Paulding High in the metro Atlanta area, Wheeler might have joined that duo in the Giants rotation had he not been sent to the Mets for Carlos Beltran at the 2011 trade deadline. Shortly before the deal, Wheeler reverted to his high school pitching mechanics—highlighted by a higher kick and faster tempo—and began to rein in the high walk rate that had plagued him as a pro. He dominated Double-A competition with Binghamton in 2012, leading Eastern League starters by striking out 25 percent of batters faced while ranking fourth in both opponent average (.225) and WHIP (1.16). He also aced his Future Game appearance, blowing away the two batters he faced while hitting 98 mph. Though his control regressed following an August promotion to Triple-A Buffalo, Wheeler continued to miss bats and keep the ball in the park, allowing just four homers in 25 starts on the year. New York added Wheeler to the 40-man roster in November.

Scouting Report: Since his trade to the Mets, Wheeler has blossomed into one of the top pitching prospects in the game. His fastball sits at 94-95 mph and tops out at 98, playing up thanks to an easy arm action and late life that often causes batters to take defensive swings. He throws downhill from a lanky 6-foot-4 frame, making it difficult—particularly for righthanders—to lift the ball. Righties batted just .204/.259/.271 against him last season. He shows a good feel for changing speeds on his fastball and for mixing in a two-seamer that runs away from lefties. Wheeler owes his breakthrough success largely to growth in three areas: health, control and repertoire. He learned to manage the persistent soreness in the middle finger of his pitching hand—caused by a fingernail avulsion—and established a career high with 149 innings in 2012. His walk rate has decreased from 5.2 per nine innings in the Giants system to 3.3 with the Mets, and he has added a slider and a changeup. Wheeler relied more on a power curveball as a Giant, but he now turns equally to an upper-80s slider with plus potential. He still mixes in a sharp high-70s curve that bottoms out, and he also has the makings of an average changeup for which he's trying to find the perfect grip. He's remarkably efficient for a young power pitcher, averaging six innings per start in 2012, and he also excels at holding runners. Just eight of 19 basestealers (42 percent) succeeded against him last season.

The Future: Matt Harvey electrified observers with a power arsenal during his rookie season in 2012, and Wheeler could produce similar results when he makes his debut in 2013. He may get some more time in Triple-A first. He has a classic No. 2 starter profile with a plus fastball and breaking ball, and at least an average third pitch and command. Health permitting, he and Harvey could front New York's rotation as soon as 2014.

Year Team W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
'10 Augusta (LoA) 3 3 3.99 21 13 0 59 47 27 26 0 38 70 .211
'11 San Jose (HiA) 7 5 3.99 16 16 0 88 74 44 39 7 47 98 .219
'11 St. Lucie (HiA) 2 2 2.00 6 6 0 27 26 6 6 0 5 31 .243
'12 Binghamton (AA) 10 6 3.26 19 19 0 116 92 46 42 2 43 117 .209
'12 Buffalo (AAA) 2 2 3.27 6 6 0 33 23 13 12 2 16 31 .189
Minor League Totals 24 18 3.48 68 60 0 323 262 262 125 11 149 347 .213

2. Gavin Cecchini, ss Born: Dec. 22, 1993 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-1 Wt.: 180
Drafted: Barbe HS, Lake Charles, La., 2012 (1st round).  Signed by: Tommy Jackson
Gavin CecchiniBackground: Cecchini got $2.3 million as the 12th overall pick in the 2012 draft, going three rounds earlier than his brother Garin went to the Red Sox in 2010. Their father Glenn coached both brothers at Barbe High in Lake Charles, La. An errant pitch broke the tip of Gavin's right middle finger on Aug. 1, forcing him to DH for the rest of his pro debut.

Scouting Report: A strong fundamental player and intense competitor, Cecchini possesses the footwork, hands and range to be a solid shortstop, but he'll need to further develop his average (though accurate) arm to seal the deal. The coordination and footwork he displays in the field help him in the batter's box, where he's a line-drive hitter with a middle-of-the-field approach and feel for contact. Some evaluators would like to see Cecchini tone down the moving parts in his swing to get in better position to hit. Some believe he'll hit for more power as his body matures, perhaps topping out near 10 homers annually. He has average speed and makes smart decisions on the bases.

The Future: Cecchini's work habits and passion made him attractive to the Mets, who see him as a starting shortstop and top-of-the-lineup hitter. His maturity makes him a strong candidate to open his first full pro season at low Class A Savannah.

Year Team AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG
'12 Kingsport (R) 191 21 47 9 2 1 22 18 43 5 4 .246 .311 .330
'12 Brooklyn (SS) 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .167 .000
Minor League Totals 196 23 47 9 2 1 22 18 44 5 4 .240 .307 .321

3. Brandon Nimmo, of Born: March 27, 1993 B-T: L-R Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 185
Drafted: East HS, Cheyenne, Wyo., 2011 (1st round).  Signed by: Jim Reeves
Brandon NimmoBackground: The first Wyoming high school player ever selected in the first round, Nimmo signed for $2.1 million as the 13th pick in the 2011 draft. He showed promise in the short-season New York-Penn League last summer, ranking second with 46 walks and third with 28 extra-base hits, but also ample rawness, finishing second with 78 strikeouts.

Scouting Report: Scouts who saw Nimmo at the very beginning or end of the NY-P season might have come away unimpressed, but he hit .309/.402/.494 over a 41-game midseason stretch while showcasing premium bat speed and a discerning approach. In fact, he may let too many hittable pitches pass at this stage. Though he swings and misses too much—especially versus lefties—his command of the strike zone gives him a chance to hit for solid average and at least plus power. Despite leading NY-P outfielders with 152 putouts, Nimmo showed fringy speed down the line, stole only one base and didn't make great reads off the bat in center field. He throws OK and could handle right field if his instincts don't improve with experience.

The Future: The Mets rave about Nimmo's preparation and mental toughness, and they envision him as a center-field regular with average to plus tools across the board. He's ready for a full-season assignment in low Class A.

Year Team AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG
'11 Mets (R) 29 5 7 0 0 2 4 3 9 0 0 .241 .313 .448
'11 Kingsport (R) 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 .111 .333 .111
'12 Brooklyn (SS) 266 41 66 20 2 6 40 46 78 1 5 .248 .372 .406
Minor League Totals 304 46 74 20 2 8 44 52 92 1 5 .243 .365 .401

4. Luis Mateo, rhp Born: March 22, 1990 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 185
Signed: Dominican Republic, 2011 Signed by: Rafael Perez/Ismael Cruz/Sandy Rosario
Luis MateoBackground: Contracts Mateo signed with the Giants ($625,000 in 2008) and Padres ($300,000 later that year) were dissolved following revelations of, respectively, bone chips in his elbow and a falsified age. MLB suspended Mateo for one year when it learned he was two years older than initially believed. The Mets signed him for $150,000 in April 2011, shortly after his reinstatement. He has been old for his leagues after missing three seasons while sorting out his affairs, but he led the New York-Penn League with 85 strikeouts and finished second with a 0.90 WHIP in 2012.

Scouting Report: Mateo brandishes two pitches that project as plus weapons. He tops out near 97 mph and typically ranges from 92-95 with a fastball he leverages down in the zone. His slider is his best pitch, touching 90 mph and featuring tight, late break. His athleticism allows him to find the strike zone regularly—he walked nine batters in 12 starts—and he'll need to rely on it to help him refine a fringy changeup that he doesn't throw much at this stage.

The Future: Mateo's combination of uncommon arm strength and control give him a legitimate shot to develop into a mid-rotation starter or shutdown closer. He'll remain a starter in 2013, when the Mets may begin to push him more aggressively considering he's 23.

Year Team W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
'11 Mets1 (R) 6 1 2.00 13 13 0 63 44 17 14 1 5 80 .189
'12 Brooklyn (SS) 4 5 2.45 12 12 0 73 57 22 20 2 9 85 .206
Minor League Totals 10 6 2.25 25 25 0 136 101 101 34 3 14 165 .198

5. Rafael Montero, rhp Born: Oct. 17, 1990 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 170
Signed: Dominican Republic, 2011 Signed by: Rafael Perez/Ismael Cruz/Gerardo Cabrera
Rafael MonteroBackground: Since turning pro at an older age (20) than most Dominican signees, Montero has moved quickly. In his introduction to full-season ball in 2012, he mastered two Class A levels and ranked second in the minors in WHIP (0.94), fifth in K-BB ratio (5.8) and eighth in ERA (2.36). The Mets shut Montero down following his Aug. 7 start after he reached his innings limit.

Scouting Report: Montero has good stuff across the board and even better command, making him a starter prospect despite a small, thin frame. He pitches at 90-93 mph and rears back for 95 when he needs it, locating his running fastball wherever he wants thanks to a simple, repeatable delivery. Montero pitches backward at times because he trusts his slider and changeup. His breaking ball sweeps across the zone and features hard break at 82-84 mph. His mid-80s changeup has fade and usually grades as average. He shows dogged determination to improve the pitch, throwing it each time out. The Mets rave about his even demeanor.

The Future: The Mets bypassed Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler to name Montero their minor league pitcher of the year in 2012, indicating the faith they have in his feel for pitching and capacity to improve. Scouts see his upside as a No. 3 starter or quality reliever.

Year Team W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
'11 Mets1 (R) 1 1 1.00 4 4 0 18 7 2 2 1 0 20 .115
'11 Mets (R) 1 2 1.45 7 4 1 31 28 11 5 0 6 32 .231
'11 Kingsport (R) 2 1 4.24 4 4 0 17 17 8 8 2 6 9 .250
'11 Brooklyn (SS) 1 0 3.60 2 0 0 5 3 2 2 1 1 5 .167
'12 Savannah (LoA) 6 3 2.52 12 12 0 71 61 24 20 4 8 54 .222
'12 St. Lucie (HiA) 5 2 2.13 8 8 0 51 35 13 12 2 11 56 .187
Minor League Totals 16 9 2.28 37 32 1 193 151 151 49 10 32 176 .207

6. Wilmer Flores, 3b/2b Born: Aug. 6, 1991 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 190
Signed: Venezuela, 2007 Signed by: Sandy Johnson/Ismael Cruz/Robert Alfonzo
Wilmer FloresBackground: A fixture on this list (peak chart position: No. 2 after the 2008-10 seasons) since signing out of Venezuela for $750,000 in 2007, Flores turned in his best season yet in 2012. He finished the year in Double-A and established career highs for homers (18) and OPS (.827).

Scouting Report: Flores' supreme hand-eye coordination and ability to let the ball travel deep typically yield high batting averages and contact rates, as well as a natural power stroke to right-center field. He has learned to turn on more inner-half fastballs with experience, pulling 15 of his 18 homers last season to left field. Developing a more patient approach resulted in more fastballs in hitter's counts in 2012, as well as the best walk and strikeout rates of his career. Despite well below-average speed, Flores played exclusively at shortstop through his first four seasons, but he spent most of his time at third base in 2012. He has sure hands and a strong arm, but his lack of first-step quickness will be an issue wherever he plays.

The Future: Flores can hit for average, but he may stop short of having profile power for first base or acceptable quickness to play third base or left field. With a strong showing at the Mets' new Triple-A Las Vegas affiliate, he could get his first taste of the majors in 2013.

Year Team AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG
'08 Kingsport (R) 245 36 76 12 4 8 41 12 28 2 1 .310 .352 .490
'08 Savannah (LoA) 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .400 .400 .400
'08 Brooklyn (SS) 30 3 8 1 0 0 1 1 7 0 0 .267 .290 .300
'09 Savannah (LoA) 488 44 129 20 2 3 36 22 72 3 3 .264 .305 .332
'10 Savannah (LoA) 277 30 77 18 2 7 44 23 37 2 1 .278 .342 .433
'10 St. Lucie (HiA) 277 32 83 18 1 4 40 9 40 2 4 .300 .324 .415
'11 St. Lucie (HiA) 516 52 139 26 2 9 81 27 68 2 2 .269 .309 .380
'12 St. Lucie (HiA) 242 31 70 12 0 10 42 18 30 3 2 .289 .336 .463
'12 Binghamton (AA) 251 37 78 18 2 8 33 20 30 0 0 .311 .361 .494
Minor League Totals 2331 266 662 125 13 49 318 132 314 14 13 .284 .327 .412

7. Michael Fulmer, rhp Born: March 15, 1993 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-3 Wt.: 200
Drafted: Deer Creek HS, Edmond, Okla., 2011 (1st round supplemental).  Signed by: Steve Gossett
Michael FulmerBackground: Fulmer pitched just five innings in the Gulf Coast League after signing for $937,500 in the 2011 draft, but he had no trouble adjusting to a pro routine in 2012. He made the low Class A Savannah rotation out of spring training and held his spot all season, notching a 2.20 ERA with with 57 strikeouts in 57 innings during the second half.

Scouting Report: Fulmer's power approach plays exceptionally well when he keeps the ball down in the strike zone. His 92-93 mph fastball features heavy life and tailing action, and his mid-80s slider could be a plus pitch based on the tight rotation and depth he frequently imparts on the ball. He still is learning to trust his changeup, which is too firm in the mid-80s. Though Fulmer tops out near 95 mph and holds his velocity, he gets in trouble when he leaves the ball out over the plate. He allowed five of six home runs on the road away from forgiving Grayson Stadium. Scouts are mixed as to whether he'll refine his delivery enough to develop more than fringy command. He presently throws slightly across his body and off a stiff front side.

The Future: Concerns about Fulmer's direction to the plate and his soft-bodied physique lead some to evaluators to project him as a late-inning reliever. The Mets are committed to developing him as a starter and will send him to high Class A St. Lucie.

Year Team W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
'11 Mets (R) 0 1 10.13 4 3 0 5 9 7 6 0 4 10 .360
'12 Savannah (LoA) 7 6 2.74 21 21 0 108 92 37 33 6 38 101 .221
Minor League Totals 7 7 3.11 25 24 0 113 101 101 39 6 42 111 .230

8. Jeurys Familia, rhp Born: Oct. 10, 1989 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-4 Wt.: 230
Signed: Dominican Republic, 2007 Signed by: Ismael Cruz/Marcelino Vallejo
Jeurys FamiliaBackground: An unheralded international signee in 2007, Familia broke out by winning Mets minor league pitcher of the year honors in 2009. He reached New York three years later, earning a September callup and maxing out at 98 mph in a relief role. Though he led the Triple-A International League with 28 starts in 2012, he averaged fewer than five innings per turn and ranked third with 73 walks.

Scouting Report: Familia holds steady 94-95 mph velocity and touches triple digits with his fastball deep into starts, but a hard-to-repeat delivery and below-average control mean a bullpen role is most likely in the majors. He previewed coming attractions by relying on his fastball and a mid-80s slider with short break as a reliever in New York. He has a sinking changeup but didn't throw it much in relief. Some scouts wonder if he'll need to add a splitter to combat lefties. He's slow to the plate and easy to run on.

The Future: With a pair of major league-caliber offerings, Familia could grow into a late-game relief option for the Mets, who love his makeup. With two minor league options remaining, he has ample time to figure things out in Triple-A if he doesn't make the club out of spring training.

Year Team W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
'08 Mets (R) 2 2 2.79 11 11 0 52 46 20 16 2 13 38 .229
'09 Savannah (LoA) 10 6 2.69 24 23 0 134 109 49 40 3 46 109 .213
'10 St. Lucie (HiA) 6 9 5.58 24 24 0 121 117 87 75 7 74 137 .244
'11 St. Lucie (HiA) 1 1 1.49 6 6 0 36 21 7 6 1 8 36 .162
'11 Binghamton (AA) 4 4 3.49 17 17 0 88 85 43 34 10 35 96 .244
'12 Buffalo (AAA) 9 9 4.73 28 28 0 137 145 84 72 8 73 128 .261
'12 New York (MAJ) 0 0 5.84 8 1 0 12 10 8 8 0 9 10 .213
Major League Totals 0 0 6.00 8 1 0 12 10 10 8 0 9 10 .217
Minor League Totals 32 31 3.85 110 109 0 568 523 523 243 31 249 544 .235

9. Domingo Tapia, rhp Born: Dec. 16, 1991 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-4 Wt.: 186
Signed: Dominican Republic, 2009 Signed by: Rafael Perez/Ismael Cruz/Camilo Pina/Sandy Rosario
Domingo TapiaBackground: Signed in February 2009, Tapia got a late start to his career while sorting through a visa issue. He first attracted attention when he flashed triple-digit velocity in the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League during his 2010 pro debut. He showed as much arm strength as any pitcher in the low Class A South Atlantic League in 2012, and for the first time his strikeout rate (8.4 per nine innings) matched his radar-gun readings.

Scouting Report: Tapia's fastball sits at 95 mph, tops out at 98 and features armside run and sink that completely ties up righthanders, who hit just .204/.279/.283 against him last season. He loves to throw his fastball, but he also has confidence in a high-80s sinking changeup that could be a consistent plus pitch in time. Because of his low three-quarters arm slot, Tapia struggles to stay on top of his low-80s slider. It's mostly a below-average pitch that spins rather than bites though the strike zone. His long arm action doesn't prevent him from throwing strikes, but it does make him slow to the plate and vulnerable to basestealers.

The Future: Scouts love Tapia's arm strength and 6-foot-4 physique, but unless he refines his slider, he may profile better as a late-inning reliever than as a starter. He'll continue gaining innings and experience in the St. Lucie rotation in 2013.

Year Team W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
'10 Mets1 (R) 0 1 3.09 3 3 0 12 8 4 4 0 5 5 .186
'10 Mets (R) 4 3 3.45 10 10 0 47 49 25 18 0 10 29 .258
'11 Kingsport (R) 5 5 3.78 11 11 0 50 50 28 21 3 16 30 .250
'11 Brooklyn (SS) 1 0 0.00 1 1 0 6 5 0 0 0 0 6 .217
'12 Savannah (LoA) 6 5 3.98 20 19 0 109 92 55 48 2 32 101 .220
Minor League Totals 16 14 3.66 45 44 0 224 204 204 91 5 63 171 .233

10. Cory Mazzoni, rhp Born: Oct. 19, 1989 B-T: R-R Ht.: 6-1 Wt.: 190
Drafted: North Carolina State, 2011 (2nd round).  Signed by: Marlin McPhail
Cory MazzoniBackground: Mets scouts saw the quality of Mazzoni's stuff improve throughout his junior year at North Carolina State, leading to his selection in the second round of the 2011 draft. He showed an explosive two-pitch mix as a reliever in his pro debut, then had little trouble returning to the rotation in 2012. He was spectacular at times after reaching Double-A in June.

Scouting Report: At his best, Mazzoni unleashes 93-95 mph fastballs with tailing action and mid-80s sliders with depth and late break. He has made strides with a splitter that he uses a changeup, but he'll have to show continued growth after allowing Double-A lefthanders to hit .342/.385/.541 against him. While Mazzoni has above-average control of his stuff, he struggles to locate the ball with precision due to the effort in his delivery. His fastball drops in velocity and his slider loses crispness the further he works in a game, leading many scouts to project him as reliever.

The Future: Mazzoni is moving quickly through the minors, but he'll need to improve his third pitch and command to profile as a starter. Failing that, he has a future in the big leagues as a late-game reliever. He's on track to make his big league debut in 2014.

Year Team W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
'11 Brooklyn (SS) 1 0 0.00 6 1 0 6 5 0 0 0 2 10 .217
'11 St. Lucie (HiA) 1 1 2.57 6 0 0 7 7 4 2 1 1 8 .250
'12 St. Lucie (HiA) 5 1 3.25 12 12 0 64 64 28 23 3 16 48 .251
'12 Binghamton (AA) 5 5 4.46 14 14 0 81 90 45 40 9 20 56 .271
Minor League Totals 12 7 3.70 38 27 0 158 166 166 65 13 39 122 .259