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.
Shervyen Newton Begins To Tap Into Tools
Newton got to meet Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts during spring training. They hail from the Dutch Caribbean islands of Curacao and Aruba.
David Peterson Learns At Big League Camp
The 23-year-old southpaw is spending his spring shadowing big league pitchers to learn how they prepare for the season.
Walker Lockett Supplies Rotation Depth
Lockett ran up a 4.73 ERA in the hitter-friendly Pacific Coast League. The Mets looked beyond ERA in their evaluation.
Daniel Zamora Comes Out Of Nowhere
The lefthanded reliever showed no fear in his 2018 big league debut and enters this year as a favorite to be the Mets' bullpen matchup lefthander.
Peter Alonso Strives To Be A Complete Player
A renowned slugger, Alonso is the rare prospect who identifies his deficiencies as a player and works to improve them.