2/27/13

Rotations Projections (updated v3.0)

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Rotations Projections:

AAA-Las Vegas

1.         Zack Wheeler (23) – RHP – one of the top 10 prospects in baseball – A rating – 92-96, 98 with sink…curve, changeup… ETA: 2013 rotation

2.         Jenrry Mejia (23) – RHP – 5/yr minor league stats: 16-14, 2.95, 1.21 – has had control issues + Mets converted to relief for one year – TJS – only 6-0, mid-90s, CUwith sink – ETA: 2014 rotation or trade
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4.         Darin Gorski (25) – LHP – 88-90 FB, + 10-6 curve, being considered for LOOGY beause of his cross body deliveries to lefties.  4-yr pro stats: 29-23, 3.68, 1.23. ETA:  2014 pen or AAAA

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AA-Binghamton

1.         Rafael Montero (22) – RHP – Highest ceiling in organization – minor league career stats: 15-8, 2.42, 1.01, 175-IP, 156-K, 32-BB – mid 90s FB, up to 98, excellent command and secondary pitchers. Conservative ETA: 2015 Rotation
2.         Cory Mazzoni (23) – RHP – 2011 2nd Rd. NC State  - 2-yr pro: 12-7, 3.70, 1.30, 88-92, 95 FB, curve…relies on control,  lack of height projects him eventually to pen. ETA:  Trade

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A+ - St. Lucie

1.         Noah Syndergaard (20) – RHP – top 50 prospect in baseball – projected SP2 – 3-yr pro stats: 13-8, 2.35, 1.09, 103,2-IP, 122-K – 92-94 FB, + curve – 6-7, 200 – ETA: 2015 Mets Rotation

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A – Savannah

1.         Rainy Lara (22) – UDFA -2012 Brooklyn: 8-3, 2.91, 0.96, 77-K, 68.0-IP - + CU, curve, low-90 FB – old for level being pitched – ETA:: trade

2.         Gabriel Ynoa (20) – UDFA – 2012 Brooklyn: 5-2, 2.23, 0.93, 76.2-IP, 64-K, 10-BB – ¾ slot, 89-92 FB, 76-83 slider, 89-90 CU – ETA: 2016 Rotation or trade

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4 comments:

Michael S. said...

If I were to get my way, Montero, Fulmer, Flores, and 1-2 other prospects will be in the Miami organization next year with Giancarlo Stanton manning RF in Queens.

Soto said...

Thats a lot to give up...I'd like to keep Montero if at all possible.

Fulmer and Flores is a good start though.

Charles said...

I don't think Sandy would pay that price and I think the Marlins would want prospects that are at least in the top 100 in MLB.

Those guys are valuable to us, but industry wide are not recognized as the cream of the crop. Good luck selling that package to their fans, they'd probably burn down Marlins Park.

This time next year, Fulmer and Montero will be in the top 50, just not yet.

Michael S. said...

Well, that's why I said next year at this time lol. I'm assuming Stanton is moved at the WM in the offseason and I hope the Mets show up loaded for bear.

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