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2017 Mets Minor League Review: St. Lucie Mets

We take a look back at how the St. Lucie Mets fared this year.

Minor League Baseball: Jupiter Hammerheads at Port St. Lucie Mets
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Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Season Record: 33-35 (Florida State League South, 5th place) / 30-40 (Florida State League South, 6th place)

Overall, it was a down year for St. Lucie. In both the first and second halves of the Florida State League season, the team had sub-.500 records. St. Lucie’s pitching was suspect coming into the season, and injuries and ineffectiveness further weakened it. An offense that was already lacking in talent didn’t help matters.

Despite the underwhelming performance, there were a few bright spots over the course of the 2017 season. Peter Alonso established himself as one of the Mets’ top hitting prospects. Jhoan Urena showed life after a pair of underwhelming seasons. Tim Tebow hit .260/.333/.450 in 29 games in July.

TOP HITTER

Peter Alonso

Games Plate Appearances AVG OBP SLG HR BB K SB BABIP
Games Plate Appearances AVG OBP SLG HR BB K SB BABIP
82 346 .286 .361 .516 16 25 64 3/7 .314

RUNNER-UP

Jhoan Ureña

Games Plate Appearances AVG OBP SLG HR BB K SB BABIP
Games Plate Appearances AVG OBP SLG HR BB K SB BABIP
122 522 .282 .364 .437 11 60 114 17/20 .351

TOP PITCHER

Nabil Crismatt

Games/Games Started Innings Pitched ERA FIP Walks Strikeouts Hits HR BABIP
Games/Games Started Innings Pitched ERA FIP Walks Strikeouts Hits HR BABIP
26/25 145.2 3.95 3.87 36 142 161 17 .333

RUNNER-UP

Ty Bashlor

Games/Games Started Innings Pitched ERA FIP Walks Strikeouts Hits HR BABIP
Games/Games Started Innings Pitched ERA FIP Walks Strikeouts Hits HR BABIP
34/0 35 4.89 2.17 21 61 33 1 .259