The New York Mets have officially turned the calendar to the month of May, showing impressive records throughout the organization.
The big league squad currently owns a 16-14 record, one game out of first place as it prepares for a three-game series against the Miami Marlins on the road. Each of New York’s minor league affiliates owns a record better than .500 as we enter the first full week of May.
That’s very impressive.
It was an eventful week for prospect Jared King. ESPN New York's Adam Rubin reported that the outfielder proposed to his girlfriend on the field prior to a Savannah Sand Gnats game Saturday.
King’s teammate, pitcher Robert Whalen, was hospitalized this past week with an infection in his hand, also reported by Rubin.
Let’s take a look at the organization’s top prospects and whose stock up, down or even with another week of games in the books.
*No. 5 prospect Amed Rosario hasn’t started his season yet with the Brooklyn Cyclones. He will not be included until he’s active. The Cyclones begin their season June 13.