As any baseball fan knows, a successful baseball team is almost entirely put together internally.
Arguably, the most integral aspect of the franchise is its farm system, and in turn, the prospects that fill it. The New York Mets have some of the best prospects in baseball sitting atop their farm system, and they should help the disappointing major league club very soon.
Many may debate about who should be in the top 10, but this article will utilize Jonathan Mayo’s MLB.com rankings of the top Mets prospects. For injured players or players in short-season leagues who have not played this week, this article will add slides starting at the No. 11 prospect, according to the rankings.
Here are the stock changes for the top Mets prospects for week nine:
Stats are updated as of June 1, 2013