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Mets Minor League 2014 Stats - SS

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Team          AB                                  BA        OBP                      SLUG        OPS
Matt Reynolds Vegas 267 0.333 0.385 0.479 0.864
B-Mets 211 0.355 0.43 0.422 0.852
T.J. Rivera B-Mets 201 0.358 0.394 0.438 0.831
St. Lucie 252 0.341 0.383 0.452 0.836
Gavin Cecchini B-Mets 4 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.5
St. Lucie 233 0.236 0.325 0.352 0.677
Savannah 228 0.259 0.333 0.408 0.741
Phillip Evans St. Lucie 389 0.247 0.314 0.319 0.633
GCL 3 0.667 0.667 0.667 1.333
Luis Guillorme Savannah 9 0.333 0.4 0.333 0.733
K-Port 238 0.282 0.337 0.324 0.661
Yeixon Ruiz Savannah 263 0.255 0.301 0.376 0.677
Amed Rosario Savannah 30 0.133 0.161 0.3 0.461
Brooklyn 266 0.289 0.337 0.38 0.717
Alfredo Reyes Brooklyn 31 0.258 0.258 0.258 0.516
GCL 157 0.236 0.271 0.28 0.551
Milton Ramos GCL 166 0.241 0.299 0.355 0.654
Oliver Pascual DSL 227 0.229 0.337 0.264 0.601
Yeffry De Aza DSL 203 0.3 0.335 0.384 0.719
Cecilio Aybar DSL 42 0.286 0.375 0.5 0.875
Luis Carpio DSL 209 0.234 0.347 0.301 0.648
Hansel Moreno DSL 103 0.204 0.314 0.233 0.547

8 comments:

Thomas Brennan said...

From the list, can see there are a lot of possible future SS's at major league level.

I'd have added Muno, who I believe is on a par with Rivera fielding-wise. Maybe I am wrong and maybe Danny goes via Rule 5 in a few days anyway.

Mack Ade said...

Muno played only 21 games in 2014 at shortstop... 24 were at 3B and 69 as a 2Bman

I have him listed at 2B

Lew Rhodes said...

Didn't Rivera play all over the infield as well?

Anonymous said...

Rivera can do it all . Hands down. plays all positions in the infield great and hits like crazy

Anonymous said...

Wilfredo Tovar is missing from the list.

Mack Ade said...

Re: Tovar -

You are right - my bad

Thomas Brennan said...

Hey Anonymous

You said "Rivera can do it all . Hands down. plays all positions in the infield great and hits like crazy."

That is the part that sometimes everyone misses - defense - nobody expected much out of Lagares, then came the defense.

If Rivera is that solid defensively, the Mets should have found a way to protect him. Because he sure can hit.

Anonymous said...

Thomas I agree , seems they don't see him as a "prospect" due to the fact he was picked up as FA. I followed him while in St.Lucie and never understood why he was always passed over for promotions

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