Mets Draft

Behind the Backstop: Brian Hunter

Brian Hunter came to University of Hartford as a catcher and will leave as Saturday night starter. What will his potential pro career look like?

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Celebrate the 1986 Mets Championship

In 1986, the New York Mets made the Big Apple turn all of their attention to Shea Stadium through their sheer talent, fun-loving attitude and swagger. This rare combination catapulted them to a World Series Championship and allowed them to "Make the Dream Work".

Behind The Backstop: Sean Newcomb

A closer look at the University of Hartford ace, Sean Newcomb. Should he be on the Mets board at #10?

Tommy Tanous on Dom Smith, Gavin Cecchini

Mets scouting director Tommy Tanous speaks about the Mets' first picks in each of the last two drafts.

2008 Draft Review: Reese Havens

The Mets selected South Carolina shortstop Reese Havens in the first round of the 2008 draft. Where did it all go wrong?

2008 Draft Review: Ike Davis

With the 18th pick in the 2008 draft, the Mets selected first baseman Ike Davis. He's been disappointing over the past two seasons, but does that preclude him from being a successful draft pick?

Reverse MLB standings and the Mets' 2014 draft

With eleven games left in the season, the Mets are on the cusp of a protected pick in the 2014 MLB Draft.

Mets Draft Scouting Reports: Rounds 36 to 40

The Mets closed out their 2013 draft with three first basemen, a lefty they've drafted before, and one of the draft's most talented outfielders. Do they have any chance at signing them?

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Reports: Rounds 31 to 35

The Mets drafted five pretty raw players between rounds 31 and 35, three of whom are recent converts to their positions. But are their ceilings high enough?

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Reports: Rounds 26-30

The Mets selected a prep catcher and four pitchers from rounds 26 to 30. Who has the most potential of this quintet?

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Mets sign first-round draft pick Dominic Smith

The Mets and Dominic Smith, the first baseman they took with the 11th overall pick in Major League Baseball's Rule 4 draft, have come to terms on a $2.6 million deal, per Jim Callis of Baseball America.

Mets sign second-rounder Church

The Mets have agreed on a nice, under-slot deal with their second-round selection.

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Reports: Rounds 21-25

The Mets drafted five right-handed pitchers from rounds 21 to 25. Do any of them have any upside?

2013 MLB Draft Scouting Report: RHP Dan Herrmann

The Mets selected another tall, projectable righty in the 20th round, this time Dan Herrmann from the Missouri prep ranks. He only throws 91 right now, but can he add more velocity in the future?

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Report: RHP Cody Crouse

The Mets drafted a tall, projectable righty named Cody Crouse in the 19th round. Despite underwhelming present stuff, there's hope that he can become a mid-rotation starter,

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Report: RHP Brent McMinn

In the 18th round, the Mets took a lottery ticket in Nevada righty Brent McMinn. He can throw in the mid-to-high 90s, but he's barely pitched over the last three seasons. Do the Mets know something we don't?

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Report: P John Magliozzi

Florida's Johnny Magliozzi, the Mets 17th-round choice, is short and has lousy offspeed offerings, but he can hit 95 on a radar gun. What are his chances of pitching his way into the bullpen at some point?

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Report: 1B Zach Mathieu

The Mets selected a slugging first baseman from Division II in the 16th round. Does he have a chance at becoming the team's first baseman of the future?

Early thoughts on the Mets' 2013 draft

A number of analysts give their takes on the Mets' haul.

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Report: C Colton Plaia

The Mets took Loyola Marymount catcher Colton Plaia in the 15th round. He'll stick behind the plate with adequate defense, but will he hit enough to make the majors?

2013 Mets Draft Pick Results Tracker

The Mets drafted 41 players in Major League Baseball's Rule 4 Draft this year. Here's where they stand in trying to sign them.

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Report: RHP J.D. Leckenby

With their 14th-round selection, the Mets took Washington State sidearming righty J.D. Leckenby. He has a good fastball, but what's his ceiling?

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Report: RHP Kevin McGowan

In the 13th round, the Mets took a big righty from a New Hampshire Division II school. Armed with a 95-mile-per-hour fastball, could Kevin McGowan be a sleeper?

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Report: SS Jeff McNeil

Long Beach State shortstop Jeff McNeil has speed, versatility, and contact ability. Find out more about the Mets' 12th round draft choice.

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Report: RHP Ty Bashlor

In the 11th round, the Mets nabbed a Georgia JuCo righty named Ty Bashlor. He has a live arm and shows a good slider, but how should he figure into the Mets' plans?

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Report: SS Luis Guillorme

They call him a human highlight reel for his defense, but can Florida high school shortstop and tenth-round draft pick Luis Guillorme hit?

2013 Mets Draft Scouting Report: OF Patrick Biondi

Michigan center fielder Patrick Biondi, the Mets' ninth-round selection, figures to provide speed on the bases and defense in the outfield, but can he hit?

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