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Mets Community Prospect List 2010: The Reckoning

Well, it took a while, but we finally got through all 20 spots. For your viewing pleasure:

  1. Wilmer Flores
  2. Kirk Nieuwenhuis
  3. Reese Havens
  4. Matt Harvey
  5. Jeurys Familia
  6. Lucas Duda
  7. Darrell Ceciliani
  8. Aderlin Rodriguez
  9. Cesar Puello
  10. Zach Lutz
  11. Dillon Gee
  12. Kyle Allen
  13. Cory Vaughn
  14. Sean Ratliff
  15. Mark Cohoon
  16. Juan Urbina
  17. Steven Matz
  18. Armando Rodriguez
  19. Matt den Dekker
  20. Jefry Marte

And the list from last year:

 

  1. Fernando Martinez
  2. Jenrry Meija
  3. Brad Holt
  4. Wilmer Flores
  5. Jonathon Niese
  6. Reese Havens
  7. Josh Thole
  8. Ike Davis
  9. Ruben Tejada
  10. Jefry Marte
  11. Jeurys Familia
  12. Kirk Nieuwenhuis
  13. Brant Rustich
  14. Robert Carson
  15. Kyle Allen
  16. Scott Moviel
  17. Dillon Gee
  18. Francisco Pena
  19. Zach Lutz
  20. Eric Beaulac

Graduations: Martinez, Mejia, Niese, Thole, Davis, Tejada

Fallen Off the List: Holt, Rustich, Carson, Moviel, Pena, Beaulac

Newcomers: Harvey, Duda, Ceciliani, Ad. Rodriguez, Puello, Vaughn, Ratliff, Cohoon, Urbina, Matz, Ar. Rodriguez, den Dekker

Movement: Nieuwenhuis (+10 spots), Lutz (+9 spots), Familia (+6 spots), Gee (+6 spots), Flores (+3 spots), Havens (+3 spots), Allen (+3 spots), Marte (-10 spots)

Tidbits:

  • I really have no idea how Kyle Allen did so awfully this year, and still moved up 3 spots. Sure, he was pitching hurt, but that's still weird.
  • 5 of the 6 players that fell off the list because of sucking or indifference were pitchers, and only 4 out of the 12 new players were pitchers (2 of whom did not throw a pitch for the organization all season, and one of the two that did threw less than 50 IP). Yes, it was that kind of year for Mets minor league pitching.
  • Oy, Brad Holt. That one hurts.
  • Eddie Kunz got robbed both years.

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