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Top 25 Mets Prospects for 2021

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We present our list of the Mets’ best prospects heading into the 2021 season.

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Ronny Mauricio
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We’ve officially wrapped up our countdown of our list of the Mets’ top twenty-five prospects going into the 2021 season. I hope you enjoyed it, and that it was as educational to everyone reading as it was enjoyable for me putting it together. I encourage everyone to use the comment section to submit questions about the state of the Mets’ farm system, our 2021 list, or our individual lists. We’ll do our best to answer everyone.

Here, then, is the full list, complete with links to each player’s write-up:

1. Ronny Mauricio (SS)

2. Matthew Allan (RHP)

3. Francisco Alvarez (C)

4. Brett Baty (3B)

5. Pete Crow-Armstrong (OF)

6. Mark Vientos (3B)

7. Josh Wolf (RHP)

8. Jaylen Palmer (INF)

9. J.T. Ginn (RHP)

10. Franklyn Kilomé (RHP)

11. Thomas Szapucki (LHP)

12. Shervyen Newton (INF)

13. Isaiah Greene (OF)

14. Freddy Valdez (OF)

15. Junior Santos (RHP)

16. Harol Gonzalez (RHP)

17. Robert Dominguez (RHP)

18. Alexander Ramirez (OF)

19. Daison Acosta (RHP)

20. Sam McWilliams (RHP)

21. Adrian Hernandez (OF)

22. Stanley Consuegra (OF)

23. Endy Rodriguez (C)

24. Jordany Ventura (RHP)

25. Ryley Gilliam (RHP)

Other Players of Note

As always, a special thanks goes out to our friends at Baseball Prospectus, Baseball America, Fangraphs, and the countless others who have contributed to our collective knowledge of the Mets’ farm system through first-hand information or secondary sources. Another thanks goes out to the various photographers who have graciously allowed Amazin’ Avenue to use their shots over the years.

Last but certainly not least, the Amazin’ Avenue minor league team thanks our amazing community for their continued passion and enthusiasm. None of this would be possible—or needed—without your continued support.