Here’s how our Top 10 Prospects performed on Sunday, July 27th. Noah Syndergaard, Las Vegas – Noah went 5.0 innings in a no-decision for the 51s in front of 1,747 at Cashman Field on Sunday. Thor allowed 5 hits, walked 2, struck out 8, and allowed 2 runs (1
Last Night’s Quick Scores Las Vegas bounce back to defeat Salt Lake, 6-5. Binghamton loses final game to Trenton 7-3, to split series at two apiece. St. Lucie drops two games to Daytona, scheduled game 4-3, and makeup game, 6-5. Savannah loses second game in row to Lexington, 5-2.
MLB.com released its latest set of prospect rankings tonight, and the Mets have five prospects who made the cut. Noah Syndergaard (13), Kevin Plawecki (67), Brandon Nimmo (68), Michael Conforto(86), and Dominic Smith (88) each made the overall top 100 list. Here’s some of what the MLB.com staff had to say about each of them: Syndergaard: Scouting grades: Fastball: 70
Last Night’s Quick Scores Las Vegas wins big behind four home runs to defeat Salt Lake, 11-6. Binghamton bounces back and defeats Trenton, 6-1. St. Lucie scheduled to play doubleheader against Daytona, both games postponed due to rain. Savannah drops rubber game to Augusta, 5-2. Brooklyn loses to Vermont,
Who’s Hot: Michael Conforto – Brooklyn We know Michael could hit in college, and he’s showing he can hit in the pros, too. This year’s first round selection has gotten off to a hot start, batting .391 in his first six professional games (9 for 23) with three doubles
Updated Kirk Nieuwenhuis is heading back to Las Vegas to make room for Wilmer Flores. Flores will join the team on Thursday and is scheduled to be in the lineup at short stop in place of Ruben Tejada. Nieuwenhuis is back in Vegas again where he has played in