Franklyn Kilome Nears MLB Debut
The tall, athletic Kilome could make his big league debut this season after losing last season to Tommy John surgery.
David Peterson Provides Rotation Depth
Peterson will be at big league camp for the second time as the Mets line up rotation depth options.
Thomas Szapucki Shows A Wide Repertoire
Though he is a different pitcher than the one who had Tommy John surgery in 2017, Szapucki still has major league-quality stuff.
Game Instincts Elevate Andres Gimenez
The 21-year-old shortstop won the Arizona Fall League batting title, but it's really his instincts and feel for the game that set him apart.
Sam Haggerty's Legs Carry Him To Majors
As a switch-hitter with double-plus wheels, Haggerty has a future as a utility type or possibly more.
Mark Vientos: Mets 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
Still only 19 years old, Vientos has continued to progress as one of the Mets' top prospects.
Ronny Mauricio Keeps Making Adjustments
The 18-year-old was holding own both offensively and defensively as one of the youngest players in the South Atlantic League.
Josh Wolf Could Be Second-Round Steal
The Mets scouting department zeroed in on the Houston prep righthander based on his stuff and feel for pitching.
Anthony Kay Places Faith In His Changeup
The Mets challenged Kay to incorporate his changeup more often at Double-A. He has obliged and taken the next step.
Simeon Woods-Richardson Brings More Than Big Arm
The 2018 second-rounder exudes confidence and can locate his secondary pitches despite his power profile.