31. RHSP Andrew Church (+15)
32. LHSP Blake Taylor (NEW)
33. RHSP Hansel Robles (+28)
34. RHSP Tyler Badamo (NEW) Helium
35. 1b Jayce Boyd (+17)
36. OF Eudy Pina (-4) AA breakout candidate
37. OF Victor Cruzado (UNR) Helium A+ breakout candidate
38. OF Vicente Lupo (UNR)
39. OF Raphael Ramirez (NEW)
40. RHSP Logan Taylor (-1)
41. RHSP Akeel Morris (+15)
42. SS Wilfredo Tovar (-7)
43. SS Luis Guillorme (UNR)
44. OF Jared King (-13)
45. 1b Matt Oberste (UNR)

Tejesh

16. OF Cesar Puello (-13) (AAA Las Vegas .252/.355/.393/.748, 80 for 318, 59 runs, 20 2b, 2 3b, 7 HR, 37 RBI, 30/72 BB/K, 13/14 SBs, 8.1% BB, 19.4% K, .305 BABIP, 98 wRC+)

Struggled with lack of playing time and difficult adapting to AAAA breaking pitchers

17. RHSP Casey Meisner (+6) (A- Brooklyn 5-3, 3.75 era, 13 GS, 62.1 IP, 67 H, 35/26 R/ER, 4 HR, 18/67 BB/K) HELIUM Major breakout candidate

Had a fantastic season for short-A Brooklyn, including torturing my good friend Matt Falkenbury during Seinfeld Night at MCU Park.

18 OF Wuilmer Becerra (UNR) (R Kingsport .300/.351/.469/.819, 62 for 207, 37 runs, 10 2b, 2 3b, 7 HR, 29 RBI, 14/55 BB/K, 7/10 SBs, 6.1% BB, 24.1% K, .372 BABIP, 133 wRC+) Helium

The third piece in the Jays trade for RA Dickey, had a power breakout in Kingsport, but his BB/K leaves much to be desired.

19. RHSP Cory Mazzoni (-4) (AAA Las Vegas 5-1, 4.67 era, 9 GS, 52 IP, 54 H, 29/27 R/ER, 6 HR, 12/49 BB/K)

Torn meniscus limited Mazzoni to half a season, features a power mid 90s fastball/splitter which could play well out of the pen. Has the goods to be a mid rotation starter, as well.

20. INF/2b Matt Reynolds (UNR) (AA Binghamton .355/.430/.422/.852, 75 for 211, 33 runs, 5 2b, 3 3b, HR, 21 RBI, 29/41 BB/K, 6/9 SBs, 12% BB, 16.9% K, .433 BABIP; AAA Las Vegas .333/.385/.479/.864, 89 for 267, 54 runs, 16 2b, 4 3b, 5 HR, 40 RBI, 21/60 BB/K, 14/18 SBs, 7% BB, 19.9% K, .404 BABIP, 124 wRC+)

Fits more at 2b than SS, but we’ll try anyone there (#Duda4SS). Contact orientated approach. Think Jeff Keppinger circa 2005.

21. RHSP Rob Whalen (UNCH) (A Savannah 9-1, 2.01 era, 11/10 G/GS, 62.2 IP, 44 H, 18/14 R/ER, 5 HR, 19/53 BB/K, AFL Scottsdale 0-2, 6.87 era, 6 GS, 18.1 IP, 18 H, 14 ER, 3 HR, 10/15 BB/K)

22. RHSP Josh Prevost (NEW) (1-2, 1.83 era, 11 G, 19.2 IP, 17 H, 6/4 R/ER, 6/14 BB/K)

23. LHSP Brad Wieck (NEW) (1-1, 1.40 era, 16 G, 25.2 IP, 17 H, 6/4 R/ER, HR, 6/39 BB/K)

24. OF Champ Stuart (UNR) (A Savannah .256/.341/.340/.682, 73 for 285, 50 runs, 5 2b, 5 3b, 3 HR, 28 RBI, 36/97 BB/K, 29/33 SBs, 10.9% BB, 29.4% K, .370 BABIP, 96 wRC+)

25. SS Milton Ramos (NEW) (R GCL .241/.299/.355/.654, 40 for 166, 20 runs, 9 2b, 5 3b, 29 RBI, 14/34 BB/K, 7.6% BB, 18.4% K, .296 BABIP, 87 wRC+)

26. 2b LJ Mazzilli (+16) (A Savannah .292/.363/.428/.791, 73 for 250, 39 runs, 9 2b, 2 3b, 7 HR, 45 RBI, 29/48 BB/K, 10.2% BB, 16.9% K, .332 BABIP, 122 wRC+; A+ St. Lucie .312/.363/.456/.819, 78 for 250, 40 runs, 20 2b, 2 3b, 4 HR, 34 RBI, 16/33 BB/K, 5.8% BB, 12% K, .344 BABIP, 134 wRC+)

27. RHSP Erik Goeddel (-2) (AAA Las Vegas 3-2, 5.37 era, 49 G, 63.2 IP, 77 H, 41/38 R/ER, 6 HR, 30/64 BB/K)

28. RHRP Jeff Walters (-8) (AAA Las Vegas 3-3, 8.96 era, 23 G, 21.1 IP, 38 H, 21 ER, 3 HR, 8/14 BB/K)

29. RHSP Corey Oswalt (UNR) (A- Brooklyn 6-2, 2.26 era, 12/11 G/GS, 67.2 IP, 55 H, 20/17 R/ER, HR, 15/59 BB/K)

30. RHSP Chris Flexen (-12) (A Savannah 3-5, 4.83 era, 13 GS, 69 IP, 75 H, 41/37 R/ER, 5 HR, 37/46 BB/K)

Tejesh

The following players have graduated off the MPH Top Prospects list: Travis d’Arnaud (2), Wilmer Flores (5), Jacob deGrom (13), Matt den Dekker (16), Vic Black (17), Jeurys Familia (19), Gonzalez Germen (29), Eric Campbell (34).

The following players played in the DSL, making them ineligible (in my opinion) for this list, but are still prospects to keep an eye on: ss Yeffry de Aza, c Ali Sanchez, of Ricardo Cespedes, ss Cecilio Aybar

Hi and welcome to MPHs Top Prospects List for the 2014 postseason/2015 preseason. The system graduated 8 players in 2014, including two players who look to be future stars and big pieces towards our 2015 playoff run in Travis d’Arnaud and Jacob deGrom. The time is finally here where the minor league greatness is going to translate into major league success. And the best part? There’s a WHOLE lot more coming. Six of the top ten, and ten of the top fifteen are poised to open in AA or higher, meaning they could impact the majors this upcoming season. And that doesn’t count Michael Conforto, who is expected to come very quickly.

Terms:

BABIP = Batting Average on Balls in Play
FGFIP = FanGraphs FIP (Fielder Independent Pitching – a measure of things in a pitchers control, walks, strikeouts, and home runs. FanGraphs has their own formula for calculating it)
wRC+ = Scaled Weighted OnBase Average (measure of how far above/below a hitter was compared to his league. 100 is average. 90 is 10% below average, 110 is 10% above average, and so on)

Without further ado, here’s the list:
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01. RHSP Noah Syndergaard (UNCH)
DOB: 8/29/92; Age: 22 2/3; B/T: L/R; H/W: 6’6/240
Projected 2015 Start: AAA Las Vegas
Projected MLB Debut: 2015

(AAA Las Vegas 9-7, 4.60 era, 133 ip, 154 h, 77/68 r/er, 11 hr, 43/145 bb/k, .293 BAA, .378 BABIP, 1.48 WHIP, 2.91 bb/9, 9.81 k/9, 0.74 hr/9, 3.70 FGFIP)

Syndergaard, who turned 22 at the extreme tail end of the season (8/29), endured a rough up and down season in the extremely hitter friendly PCL. Still, he had a 3.70 Fangraphs FIP, and a 3.18 FIP according to Minor League Central. So, either way you slice it, he had a good season factoring in the PCL. Still, what this allowed the Mets to do was delay his service a full season, and probably into May of 2015, if not past the SuperTwo deadline in 2015 as well. Noah’s still got top of the rotation stuff, and command to back it up. His main problem in 2014 was pitch sequencing, particularly getting way too fastball happy at times (especially early in games). I felt, and continue to feel, that these final tuneups can be made in the major leagues, especially since we’re broke as hell and need to shed salary lest the Wilpons go on welfare with the Michael Cuddyer signing. Trading away Colon and Gee would open up a spot in the rotation for Noah, and as the 5th starter, he would feel less pressure (hopefully).
So… repeating what I said last year, only this time it’s magnitude 500: unless something goes wrong, Noah should be making his ML debut sometime in 2015.

02. 2B Dilson Herrera (+10)
DOB: 3/3/94; Age: 21; B/T: R/R; H/W: 5’10/150
Projected 2015 Start: AAA Las Vegas
Projected MLB Debut: N/A (2014)

(A+ St. Lucie .307/.355/.410/.765, 87 for 283, 48 runs, 16 2b, 2 3b, 3 HR, 23 RBI, 18/44 BB/K, 14/17 SBs, 5.8% BB, 14.2% K, .353 BABIP, 120 wRC+; AA Binghamton .340/.406/.560/.967, 82 for 241, 50 runs, 17 2b, 3 3b, 10 HR, 48 RBI, 29/52 BB/K, 9/13 SBs, 10.4% BB, 18.7% K, .389 BABIP, 166 wRC+; MLB New York .220/.303/.407/.710, 13 for 59, 6 runs, 3b, 3 HR, 11 RBI, 7/17 BB/K, 10.6% BB, 25.8% K, .256 BABIP, 105 wRC+)

Herrera had the biggest breakout of anyone in the system, rising from St. Lucie to the majors within one season, something that had previously never been done in the Mets system. By anyone. Ever. Herrera did it on the back of a massive, collosal breakout in AA, increasing his walk rate to a career high while keeping his strikeouts in check. He also had a massive power breakout with a 220 Iso, easily the highest of his career. The 166 wRC+ he posted was also easily a career high. Herrera is probably going to open the 2015 season in Las Vegas, and should be a phone call away when/if Daniel Murphy is traded.

03. LHSP Steven Matz (+3)
DOB: 5/29/91; Age: 23 7/8; B/T: R/L; H/W: 6’2/190
Projected 2015 Start: AAA Las Vegas
Projected MLB Debut: 2015

(A+ St. Lucie 4-4, 2.21 era, 12 gs, 69.1 ip, 66 h, 21/17 r/er, 21/62 bb/k, .255 BAA, .328 BABIP, 1.25 WHIP, 2.73 bb/9, 8.05 k/9, 2.73 FGFIP; AA Binghamton 6-5, 2.27 era, 12 gs, 71.1 ip, 66 h, 23/18 r/er, 3 hr, 14/69 bb/k, .248 BAA, .317 BABIP, 1.12 WHIP, 1.77 bb/9, 8.71 k/9, 0.38 hr/9, 2.64 FGFIP

In addition to those numbers up there, for the second straight season, Matz started his team’s final game, a potential championship clincher, and for the second straight season, he displayed some serious cajones. Last year, it was 9 Ks in 5.2 innings, allowing 4 hits. This year it was a no hit bid into the 8th with 11 strikeouts, which he lost on a bloop single. Matz pitched better in AA than in A+, which bodes well for the future. His changeup came along nicely to back his fastball/curveball combination, and he can reach the upper 90s (97) with his fastball, sitting in the 92-94 range from the left side. Matz has all the tools to become an ace/TOR starter, but luckily, he doesn’t have to with the presense of Harvey/deGrom in the majors. Matz will open 2015 in Las Vegas and be a phone call away.

04. LF Michael Conforto (NEW)
DOB: 3/1/93; Age: 22; B/T: L/R; H/W: 6’1/215
Projected 2015 Start: A+ St. Lucie
Projected MLB Debut: mid 2016

(A- Brooklyn .331/.403/.448/.851, 54 for 163, 30 runs, 10 2b, 3 HR, 19 RBI, 16/29 BB/K, 8.6% BB, 15.6% K, .383 BABIP, 153 wRC+)

Conforto had a terrific pro debut, he missed out on 100 ABs due to … whatever, taking a month off after being drafted, but ultimately, it shouldn’t hamper his trip through the system all that much. A bat first left fielder, Conforto figures to be average at best defensively, but will provide the Mets much needed power. Conforto profiles as a middle of the order bat, and he should come quickly, but that still means an ETA of mid 2016. Projected to open 2015 in St. Lucie, and end it in Binghamton.

05. OF Brandon Nimmo (+6)
DOB: 3/27/93; Age: 22; B/T: L/R; H/W 6’3/205
Projected 2015 Start: AAA Las Vegas
Projected MLB Debut: OD 2016

(A+ St. Lucie .322/.448/.458/.906, 73 for 227, 59 runs, 9 2b, 5 3b, 4 HR, 25 RBI, 50/51 BB/K, 9/12 SBs, 17.9% BB, 18.3% K, .401 BABIP, 165 wRC+; AA Binghamton .238/.339/.396/.735, 57 for 240, 38 runs, 12 2b, 4 3b, 6 HR, 26 RBI, 36/54 BB/K, 5/6 SBs, AFL Scottsdale .202/.306/.238/.544, 17 for 84, 11 runs, 3 2b, 8 RBI, 12/28 BB/K, 2/3 SBs, 12.9% BB, 19.4% K, .283 BABIP, 107 wRC+)

Nimmo had a terrific season, capped off by a disasterous AFL which we won’t discuss (.202/.306/.238/.544). However, before that, he enjoyed a massive breakout in St. Lucie, which carried over to Binghamton with a higher Iso (power output), and not much degradation in walk and strikeout rates (worse slash due to inability to hit lefties and BABIP noise). Nimmo profiles best as a #2 hitter, someone who’s very patient and will take pitches to allow a runner to steal (if only the Mets had a good leadoff candidate…). However, his bat will be pressured in a corner spot, which is where he’s likely to end up, with the immortal omnipresent Juan Lagares entrenched in center field until the end of time (or he gets too expensive for the Wilponzis). Nimmo likely opens 2015 in Vegas, although I would like to see him start off in Binghamton for a month or so. Either way, he’ll spend considerable time in the desert and is likely to be a September callup.

06. C Kevin Plawecki (+4)
DOB: 2/26/91; Age: 24; B/T: R/R; H/W: 6’2/215
Projected 2015 Start: AAA Las Vegas
Projected MLB Debut: 2015

(AA Binghamton .326/.378/.487/.864, 73 for 224, 33 runs, 18 2b, 6 HR, 43 RBI, 16/27 BB/K, 6.4% BB, 10.8% K, .344 BABIP, 140 wRC+; AAA Las Vegas .283/.345/.421/.766, 43 for 152, 25 runs, 6 2b, 5 HR, 21 RBI, 14/21 BB/K, 8.2% BB, 12.4% K, .299 BABIP, 99 wRC+)

Plawecki was nabbed in the supplimental first round in 2012 (as compensation for the Wilpons being cheap bastards and letting Reyes walk), and after being handled with kid gloves in 2013, he broke out big time in 2014, finishing up in Vegas where the atmosphere got to him a bit (he missed some time with vertigo brought on by the excessive summer heat). Plawecki projects to be average defensively, his bat is his calling card, especially his patience, which did pick up some in AAA as opposed to AA, where he had more of a power breakout (161 IsoP). Plawecki should open 2015 back in Vegas and should make for a very attractive trade chip at the deadline, assuming the Wilpons find some spare change in their 1992 Ford Mercury and allow Sandy to expand payroll.

07. SS Amed Rosario (+6)
DOB: 11/20/95; Age: 19 1/2; B/T: R/R; H/W: 6’2/170
Projected 2015 Start: A Savannah
Projected MLB Debut: mid 2018

(A- Brooklyn .289/.337/.380/.717, 77 for 266, 39 runs, 11 2b, 5 3b, HR, 23 RBI, 17/47 BB/K, 7/10 SBs, 5.9% BB, 16.2% K, .345 BABIP, 111 wRC+)

Rosario enjoyed a very good season as an 18 year old in the college heavy NYPL, posting a strong overall line including a 5.9% walk rate, an improvement over his 4.9% walk rate in 2013. Rosario remains a long long way away, but should open 2015 in Savannah, and spend the entire season there as he works to refine his game some. He’s a very exciting prospect with a real chance to have all 5 tools, and he could rocket up this list at this time next year, with literally everyone ahead of him (except Conforto) having a decent chance to graduate/get traded.

08. RHSP Rafael Montero (-6)
DOB: 10/17/90; Age: 20 1/2; B/T: R/R; H/W: 6’0/185
Projected 2015 Start: AAA Las Vegas
Projected MLB Debut: N/A (2014)

(AAA Las Vegas 6-4, 3.60 era, 16 GS, 80 IP, 69 H, 43/32 R/ER, 4 HR, 34/80 BB/K, .231 BAA, .297 BABIP, 1.29 WHIP, 3.83 bb/9, 9.00 k/9, 3.66 FgFIP, MLB New York 1-3, 4.06 era, 10/8 G/GS, 44.1 IP, 44 H, 21/20 R/ER, 8 HR, 23/42 BB/K, .257 BAA, .298 BABIP, 1.51 WHIP, 4.67 bb/9, 8.53 k/9, 5.14 FgFIP)

Montero’s first few tastes of the majors should prepare him better for facing that level in the future, he stumbled slightly, but that’s to be expected when someone first reaches the majors (not everyone is Harvey/deGrom). Montero’s ceiling is that of a mid-rotation starter, and there’s a pretty good chance he reaches it, but likely not in a Mets uniform. I’ve felt for a while now that Montero is prime trade bait, and that feeling hasn’t changed, in fact, it’s strengthened with the surprise emergence of Jacob deGrom as a top of the rotation starter.

09. RHSP Marcos Molina (+36)
DOB: 3/8/95; Age: 20; B/T: R/R; H/W: 6’3/188
Projected 2015 Start: A Savannah
Projected MLB Debut: mid 2017

(A- Brooklyn 7-3, 1.77 era, 12 GS, 76.1 IP, 46 H, 18/15 R/ER, 2 HR, 18/91 BB/K, .170 BAA, .246 BABIP, 0.84 WHIP, 2.12 bb/9, 10.73 k/9, 2.34 FgFIP)

Molina, like Rosario above, and Urena just below, is a long long way away, but is another exciting, young prospect the Mets have found in the Dominican market in recent years. Molina features a low to mid 90s fastball, cutter, slider and developing changeup. He’ll be 20 all of the 2015 season, and should probably end it in St. Lucie after blowing through Savannah.

10. 3b/1b Jhoan Urena (+34)
DOB: 9/1/94; Age: 20 1/2; B/T: S/R; H/W: 6’1/200
Projected 2015 Start: A Savannah
Projected MLB Debut: Sept 2017/OD 2018

(A- Brooklyn .300/.356/.431/.787, 85 for 283, 30 runs, 20 2b, 3b, 5 HR, 47 RBI, 27/58 BB/K, 7/16 SBs, 8.6% BB, 18.4% K, .356 BABIP, 128 wRC+)

Urena had a breakout season as a 19 year old in the NYPL, blasting twenty doubles in the notoriously hard to hit in MCU Park. Reports on his defense are solid, he’s still got work to do, but he’s very young. He, like the others in the Brooklyn quartet, should open in Savannah, with an outside chance of him ending in St. Lucie. As a sidebar, I’ve seen some people rank Urena as the #1 or #2 prospect on that Brooklyn squad, for what it’s worth.

11. SS Gavin Cecchini (+13)
DOB: 12/22/93; Age: 21 1/3; B/T: R/R; H/W: 6’2/180
Projected 2015 Start: AA Binghamton
Projected MLB Debut: late 2016/OD 2017

(A Savannah .259/.333/.408/.741, 59 for 228, 42 runs, 17 2b, 4 3b, 3 HR, 25 RBI, 25/41 BB/K, 7/8 SBs, 9.7% BB, 15.8% K, .299 BABIP, 106 wRC+; A+ St. Lucie .236/.325/.352/.677, 55 for 233, 36 runs, 10 2b, 3b, 5 HR, 31 RBI, 32/40 BB/K, 3/6 SBs, 11.8% BB, 14.8% K, .259 BABIP, 96 wRC+)

Cecchini is one of the most divisive prospects in the system, some people really like him, ranking him in the top 7, others dislike him, ranking him in the backhalf of the top 20. As you can see, I’ve somewhat split the difference, putting him smack dab at 11. The reasons for my coming around on the pick (I’ve been on record as hating on it basically from the second it was made) are numerous, but… basically, look around baseball. Look at the state of shortstop. It’s pitiful. A mid 700s OPS with solid/above average defense is a great shortstop in this enviroment. That’s pretty much what Cecchini projects to. Around .270/.340/.410 or so with solid/average+ defense.

Despite being overpromoted to St. Lucie, and after a long period of adjustment, he went two weeks without striking out, (July 23rd to August 8th, .308/.383/.481/.864 in 52 ABs, 7 walks, 3 2b, 2 HR) and also enjoyed a very long stretch of very good production in the pitcher friendly Tradition Field. Over a slightly longer stretch, 42 games, Cecchini hit .261/.359/.408/.767 from July 19th to August 31st, with 7 2b, 3b, 4 HR in 142 ABs, running a 23/20 BB/K in the process.

I would hope he opens in St. Lucie to start 2015, but I’m guessing he’ll be in Binghamton, where he probably will spend the full season. Cecchini figures to be a mid 2016 callup.

12. 1B Dominic Smith (-5)
DOB: 6/15/95; Age: 19 7/8; B/T: L/L; H/W: 6’0/185
Projected 2015 Start: A+ St. Lucie
Projected MLB Debut: OD 2018

(A Savannah .271/.344/.338/.683, 125 for 461, 52 runs, 26 2b, 3b, HR, 44 RBI, 51/77 BB/K, 9.8% BB, 14.9% K, .321 BABIP, 95 wRC+)

On the surface, Dom had what can only be described as a very disappointing season. Whenever your OBP is higher than your SLG, there’s a problem. Especially when you’re a first baseman. He did have a very long stretch of being very good, however. From April 21st to August 10th, he hit .307/.381/.384/.765, which is good for a 115 wRC+ (or 15% above average for the SAL). His final number, a 95 wRC+, reflects a 2 1/2 week slump at the beginning of the season, and a 2 1/2 week slump to end the season. I’m not all that sure how much power he will hit for, but, as we’ve seen for years and years now, getting a line on power in the lower levels of our farm system is very difficult to do. Brooklyn, Savannah, and St. Lucie are all skewed towards pitchers. Binghamton is the first neutral park prospects see. What I’ll be looking for next season is his doubles number going up. After hitting just 26 this season, I’d like to see a number north of 40 next year. Perhaps 50 total XBH, assuming he spends the whole season in St. Lucie (which he should). Smith’s ETA is most likely mid/late 2017, if not OD 2018.

13. RHSP Matt Bowman (+27)
DOB: 5/31/91; Age: 23 7/8; B/T: R/R; H/W: 6’0/165
Projected 2015 Start: AAA Las Vegas
Projected MLB Debut: 2015

(AA Binghamton 7-6, 3.11 era, 17 GS, 98.1 IP, 102 H, 45/34 R/ER, 7 HR, 27/92 BB/K; AAA Las Vegas 3-2, 3.47 era, 7/6 G/GS, 36.1 IP, 38 H, 15/14 R/ER, HR, 9/32 BB/K)

Matt Bowman is one of the more underrated prospects in the system, quite easy to understand as he’s behind a ton of highly touted ones, but all he’s done throughout his entire minor league career is produce results, with a career 3.06 era and 270 Ks in 291 innings. Bowman doesn’t have the upside of a Noah/Matz, or the control of a Montero, but he’s projected to be a Gee esque pitcher with slightly better stuff. He’s also got deception to his delivery, a very Tim Lincecum-esque motion. He’ll open 2015 in Vegas and should make his debut at some point during the season, maybe out of the bullpen.

14 RHSP Michael Fulmer (-6)
DOB: 3/15/93; Age: 22; B/T: R/R; H/W; 6’3/200
Projected 2015 Start: AA Binghamton
Projected MLB Debut: late 2015/mid 2016

(A+ St. Lucie 6-10, 3.97 era, 19 GS, 95.1 IP, 112 H, 52/42 R/ER, 7 HR, 31/86 BB/K)

A former supplimental first rounder, Fulmer’s been slowed the last three seasons by various injuries, the latest of which was suffered in his lone AA start of the season. Fulmer’s still got a really solid fastball/slider combination which would play up out of the pen, but the hope is, finally fully healthy in 2015, he finds a third pitch in AA and fulfills his potential as a middle of the rotation starter.

15. RHSP Gabriel Ynoa (-6)
DOB: 5/26/93; Age: 21 7/8; B/T: R/R; H/W: 6’2/158
Projected 2015 Start: AA Binghamton
Projected MLB Debut: late 2015/mid 2016

(A+ St. Lucie 8-2, 3.95 era, 14 GS, 82 IP, 95 H, 40/36 R/ER, 7 HR, 13/64 BB/K, AA Binghamton 3-2, 4.21 era, 11 GS, 66.1 IP, 74 H, 32/31 R/ER, 9 HR, 12/42 BB/K)

Ynoa had an uneven season, earning a midseason promotion to AA where he struggled to find himself, ultimately ending with respectable numbers. Ynoa is a control pitcher who doesn’t wow you with stuff, more along the lines of a Rafael Montero rather than a Noah Syndergaard. He’ll open 2015 in Binghamton and most likely make it to Vegas at some point.

Tejesh

Yesterday’s IWL Results:
5. 3b TJ Rivera 0 for 2 (PRWL Mayaguez)
2. ss Wilfredo Tovar 3 for 6, run, .303 (VWL Margarita)

Hansel Robles ip, 0.00 era, 1:1:0 (DWL Licey)

Today’s Links:
Comprehensive Winter League Scoreboard
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AFL Boxscore @ 330pm

AFL Gameday

Tejesh

Yesterday’s AFL Results
1. cf Brandon Nimmo 1 for 5, RBI (6), 4 Ks, .231
2. ss Matt Reynolds 0 for 5, .250
8. 2b LJ Mazzilli 1 for 3, run, BB, K, .316
Rob Whalen 4 IP, 2 H, 1/2 BB/K, 5.68 era, 48:29:19, 6:1:2
Julian Hilario 1.1 IP, 5 H, 5 ER, 1/2 BB/K, 5.25 era, BS (1), L (1-1), 28:19:9, 0:1:2
Jake Kuebler IP, 2 H, 0.00 era, 19:13:6, 2:0:0

IWLs
8. rf Cesar Puello 0 for 3, 2 Ks, .111 (DWL Toros)
6. ss Wilfredo Tovar 1 for 4, run, .283 (VWL Margarita)

Hansel Robles IP, K, 0.00 era, 1:0:1 (DWL Licey)

Today’s Links:
Comprehensive Winter League Scoreboard
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AFL Boxscore @ 330pm

AFL Gameday

Tejesh

Yesterday’s AFL Results
2. 2b LJ Mazzilli 1 for 4, RBI (5), 2 Ks, .314
8. ss Matt Reynolds 1 for 4, RBI (11), K, .279
Paul Sewald IP, H, ER, BB, K, HR, 11.12 era, 24:15:9, 1:1:1

Today’s Links
Comprehensive Winter League Scoreboard
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AFL Boxscore @ 330pm

AFL Gameday

Tejesh

Yesterday’s AFL Results:
2. lf Brandon Nimmo 1 for 4, 2 runs, K, .234
6. ss Matt Reynolds 1 for 3, RBI (10), BB, .282

Today’s Links:
Comprehensive Winter League Scoreboard
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AFL Boxscore @ 330pm

AFL Gameday

Tejesh
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10/27 Links

Tejesh

Yesterday’s AFL Results:
2. lf Brandon Nimmo 0 for 4, run, BB, 2 Ks, .233 (0 for his last 12, 2/4 BB/K)
9. ss Matt Reynolds 2 for 3, run, 2b (3), HR (3), 4 RBI (9), K, .278
Julian Hilario IP, H, BB, K, 1.69 era, 27:15:12, 1:1:1

IWLs
3. ss Wilfredo Tovar 1 for 4, .292 (VWL Margarita)
7. rf Cesar Puello 0 for 3, 2 Ks, .167 (DWL Este)

Today’s Links:
Comprehensive Winter League Scoreboard

AFL Off

Tejesh

AFL Results
2. 2b LJ Mazzilli 1 for 3, run, 2b (2), BB, K, .323
Dario Alvarez IP, 2 H, ER, 1/2 BB/K, 6.75 era, BS (1), 25:15:10, 1:0:2

IWLs

Hansel Robles 0.2 IP, H, BB, 0.00 era, 1:0:0

Today’s Links:
Comprehensive Winter League Scoreboard
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