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Mets Prospect Hot Sheet: May

Check in on some of the hottest starts from around the farm system.

So-so crop creates a down year in Brooklyn

With an atypically mediocre group of talent, the Cyclones missed the NYPL playoffs for the first time since 2008.

Let's Rank Some Mets Prospects: #41-50

That's right, the 2013 Amazin Avenue Top 50 Prospect List is finally here!

FanGraphs: Kingsport Mets Prospect Review


Mike Newman deviated from his Sally League stomping grounds and caught a K-Mets game earlier this month. He got some good video and came away with thoughts on Gavin Cecchini, Branden Kaupe and Akeel Morris.

Kingsport Roster Top Heavy With Talent

Join us as we begin our annual 'Minor League Season in Review' series, kicking off with Rookie-level Kingsport!

2012 Amazin Avenue Top 50 Mets Prospects: #20-16


Join us as we continue our look at the Mets top 50 prospects!

BP's 2012 Mets Top 20 Prospects


Thoughts on one of prospect ranking season's most interesting Mets lists.

2011 Mets Minor League Season in Review: Kingsport Mets

The Amazin Avenue 2011 Minor League Season in Review continues with a look at the Rookie-level Kingsport Mets, featuring top draftee Brandon Nimmo!

(Generation) K-Mets Boast Exciting Young Trio


At Tri-CitiesSports.com, Steve Wilmoth profiles the talented trio of teenage hurlers that reside at the top of the 2011 Rookie League Kingsport Mets rotation. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Kingsport will make their 2011 season debut tonight against the Johnson City Cardinals with heralded young lefty Juan Urbina on the hill. Urbina -- who is still just 18 -- showed tremendous potential in his first pro season, pushing his fastball up to 94 mph with an advanced change, all while exhibiting impressive poise for a kid who would otherwise be preparing for the junior prom. Behind Urbina is another 18-year old, 2010 tenth round steal Akeel Morris. He slipped thanks to concerns about competition in his native Virgin Islands, but the Mets knew they were onto something when right out of the gate the slender right-hander was tossing 95+ mph heat. He posted a .148 average against in the GCL in 2010. And finally, the least well known but perhaps the most primed to jump into mainstream prospect circles, 19-year old Domingo Tapia. The powerful righty is a man-child, listed at 6'4", 186 lbs and reports had him hitting 100 mph during instructs. He is Mejia-esque, working in the mid-90's with a two-seamer and what's more, he throws a ton of strikes. Big time sleeper candidate. Should be an interesting year in Kingsport.

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