The New York Mets are in search of offense, promoting both Wilmer Flores and Eric Campbell to help the big league squad score more runs.
An impressive 15-11 record in April has been erased with a poor start to May. Now standing at 17-19, the “Amazins” are four games back in the National League East, tied with the Philadelphia Phillies for last place.
Flores and Campbell may not be the only ones getting the call from Triple-A to the big leagues over the next week or two. Manager Terry Collins is looking for any spark he can get.
The minor league season is a quarter of the way through, and a number of the organization’s top prospects are performing well. A handful of them could see midseason promotions if they continue putting up their current numbers.
Let’s take a look and see who has watched their stock go up, down or stay even so far this season.
*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 on June 13.