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Stock Up, Stock Down for Mets' Top 10 Prospects for Week 1
Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Mets' first week went quite well overall.

Despite playing two teams that are not expected to do well in the Padres and Marlins, the Mets nonetheless are 4-2 after the first week of the 2013 season.

David Wright and Daniel Murphy have been hitting well, while Jon Niese and Matt Harvey's starts have both been spectacular. A few of the new faces, such as John Buck, Marlon Byrd and Collin Cowgill, have all made significant contributions so far, which has been great to see.

If the Mets' current roster looks good as is, the Mets' top prospects should offer more hope for the future once they are fully developed.

Here is a look at how the Mets' most notable prospects have done in the minor leagues for the first week of their seasons.

 

Most statistics from baseballreference.com/minors and are current as of 4/7/2013. Noah Syndergaard's statistics were from milb.com and are current as of 4/7/2013.

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