In the mid-1990s, the New York Mets boasted a young trio of pitchers who were supposed to revive the franchise and lead the orange and blue back to its level of dominance in the 80s.
Bill Pulsipher, Jason Isringhausen and Paul Wilson made up "Generation K," but due to various injuries, the trio never panned out.
Fast forward almost 15 years later, and the New York Mets appear to be on the fast track to creating another three-headed monster in their farm system.
After the deadline trade of Carlos Beltran to the San Francisco Giants netted the Giants' top pitching prospect in Zack Wheeler, the future of the Mets' pitching staff appears to be destined for greatness.
Along with highly touted prospects Matt Harvey and Jenrry Mejia, the Mets have in place the makings of a dynamic pitching rotation for years to come.
Let's take a closer look at the three young pitching phenoms who may be able to lead the Mets back to the pinnacle of the baseball world.