The New York Mets have shown they’re not afraid to promote players from Triple-A in order to provide a spark at the big league level.
Manager Terry Collins has watched his squad fall 3.5 games out of first place in the National League East, current owners of a 20-23 record. After promoting Wilmer Flores and Eric Campbell, Rafael Montero and Jacob deGrom were also called to the big leagues, as well as Josh Edgin.
As we continue to move closer toward the summer, top prospects are vying for midseason promotions to further accelerate their development through the Mets’ farm system.
MLB.com has ranked the organization’s top 10 prospects. Let’s see who has seen their stock rise, fall or remain even over the last week.
*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.