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Poll ended at Tue Nov 06, 2018 12:30 pm
Stephen Villines (RHP) 25%  25%  [ 4 ]
David Thompson (3B) 25%  25%  [ 4 ]
Ali Sanchez (C) 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
Freddy Valdez (OF) 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
Sean Manea (C) 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
Stanley Consuegra (OF) 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Bobby Wahl (RHP) 19%  19%  [ 3 ]
Juan Uriarte (C) 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
Jaylen Palmer (IF) 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
Eric Hanhold (RHP) 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Total votes : 16
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 Post subject: Who is the #27 prospect in the Mets system?
PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 12:30 pm 
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If the 2 leaders are within 5% of each other, or the leader has less than 35% there will be a run-off between the top 2. If a run-off results in a tie the tiebreaker will be vote total in the previous poll, we will continue to "go back" in the polls until there is a clear leader.

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1) Andres Gimenez (SS) AA 19/37 votes- 51%
2) Peter Alonso (1B) AAA 24/36 votes- 67%
3) Jarred Kelenic (CF) Kingsport 31/36-86%
4) Ronny Mauricio (SS) Kingsport 12/33-36%
5) Justin Dunn (RHP) AA 10/37-27%, Run-off with Mark Vientos 17/30-57%
6) Mark Vientos (3b) Kingsport 16/31-52%
7) David Peterson (LHP) A+ 21/31- 68%
8) Franklyn Kilome (RHP) AA 20/33-61%
9) Thomas Szapucki (LHP) A 18/32-56%
10) Shervyen Newton (SS) Kingsport 12/30-40%, Run-off with Anthony Kay 17/33-52%
11) Anthony Kay (LHP) AA 18/26-69%
12) Simeon Woods-Richardson (RHP) Kingsport 12/30-40%
13) Luis Santana (2B) 15/26-58%
14) Will Toffey (3B) 10/29-34%, run-off with Cecchini 15/27-56%
15) Gavin Cecchini (2b) 14/26-46%
16) Francisco Alvarez (C) 9/26-35%
17) Dez Lindsay (OF) 7/18-39%
18) Tony Dibrell (RHP) 9/23-39%
19) Jordan Humphreys (RHP) 7/21-33%, Run-off with Nido 18/24-75%
20) Ross Adolph (OF) 6/25-24%, run-off with Nido 18/25-72%
21) Adam Hill (RHP) 4/26-15%, Run-off with Nido/Crismatt 11/26-58%
22) Junior Santos (RHP) 6/28-21%, Run-off with Nido 11/20-55%
23) Tomas Nido (C) 10/23-43%
24) Luis Guillorme (SS) 9/24-38%
25) Adrian Hernandez 6/26-23%, run-off with Wahl/Cortes 8/15-53%
26) Carlos Cortes (2b) 8/21-38%

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Went Villines. Truly dominant numbers. Light on pure stuff, I get it but we are talking prospect 26-36 in an "okay" system.

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Went Manea here.

Threw out 38% of base runners, had a .800 OPS with 12 homers/ 39 XBH's last year. Has a nice eye at the plate...he maybe better than Nido when it's all said and done!

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 Post subject: Re: Who is the #27 prospect in the Mets system?
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Decisions decisions.... i'd like to see Palmer sneak into the 30, given that he really did intrigue over a small sample size in quite a comparable way to Mauricio in the GCL, but not quite ready to vote in that direction yet. Ali is a safe pick, and a guy that all of a sudden changes approach and becomes a hot ticket, but so far evidence suggests otherwise. Consuegra is the athletic type we crave for the Big Club, and got the call stateside quickly.

All in all, I think it's time to go quick moving/impact, so I'm thinking RP, but I'd prefer Gilliam.... since he's not there, I'll go Wahl. Had no trouble putting up big numbers in the PCL, let's hope he wasn't quite right, or just lost his feel for that terrible showing once called up.


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 Post subject: Re: Who is the #27 prospect in the Mets system?
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I'll treat that as a Gilliam nom. He's on deck.

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 Post subject: Re: Who is the #27 prospect in the Mets system?
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I am team Palmer, but Villines is a good choice here as well.

I would have taken both of them ahead of Cortes.

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 Post subject: Re: Who is the #27 prospect in the Mets system?
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The negativity on Cortes is interesting. I don't even remember the last time a high draftee came right into the NYPL and hit as well as Cortes. Plawecki in 2012?

While the numbers don't jump off the page, the NYPL is a tough league. Cortes was a top 30 hitter in the league. Also not seeing him play and you dont get the feel for how the ball jumps off his bat. I get it. And also there aren't big secondaries to fall back on. All that said, the bat is likely to play. Expect a solid 2019 in A/A+ for his 21/22 season.


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 Post subject: Re: Who is the #27 prospect in the Mets system?
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The negativity on Cortes is interesting. I don't even remember the last time a high draftee came right into the NYPL and hit as well as Cortes. Plawecki in 2012?

While the numbers don't jump off the page, the NYPL is a tough league. Cortes was a top 30 hitter in the league. Also not seeing him play and you dont get the feel for how the ball jumps off his bat. I get it. And also there aren't big secondaries to fall back on. All that said, the bat is likely to play. Expect a solid 2019 in A/A+ for his 21/22 season.



I know you don't care for Jeff P but he wasn't particularly impressed having seen him. Said Adolph was significantly more interesting and Adolph is what.. a 4? So...

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2B/OF Carlos Cortes

TO: Along with Adolph, Cortes clearly has one of the more advanced approaches to hitting on the Cyclone roster. Though he finished without a hit, the Mets’ ambidextrous throwing second baseman/outfielder has a clean, compact swing and waits for his pitch. The University of South Carolina alum is a clear pull side hitter and may have to balance out a bit as he rises the ranks. He didn’t barrel up any balls in Wednesday’s showing, but does show a potential for solid power.

Cortes’ second at-bat showed his poorest tool – his run. On a slow ground ball on which he was doubled up, Cortes ran an abysmal 4.7 out of the left-handed batter’s box. At just 5’8”, 200 pounds, his strides are short and clunky. He could potentially stick at second base with decent range and did flash some potential there. Nonetheless, I would not trust the fleet-of-foot Cortes in the outfield as he has a natural inability to cover ground.

AR: Cortes is a stocky 5’8” with some seriously slow feet that impact his range out at second. I had Meyer, a catcher, 4.68 out of the right-handed box and then got Cortes 4.7 flat out of the left-handed box. He didn’t look too smooth out at second, but I’m willing to give him the benefit of the doubt for now, as he’s played a ton of outfield as an amateur.

Nevertheless, the bat is what you’re buying here, and there’s already an advanced approach with some bat speed. Hudson Valley had the shift on him even with a runner on first – not out of the ordinary for an affiliate of the Rays – but his pull heavy approach could get him into trouble if the power never develops as expected.

I didn’t love what I saw, but Cortes is an SEC performer and I’m simply unwilling to jump to an early conclusion. He’s a prime “check back next year” candidate for me.

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 Post subject: Re: Who is the #27 prospect in the Mets system?
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The 3 I like here are Ali Sanchez (who's a big sleeper I think, bat needs to wake up but glove plays in the majors). JMM - who's not getting enough love and Consuegra (sp?).

I'd consider metro's guy Villines as well, though I don't know anything about him.

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I'll treat that as a Gilliam nom. He's on deck.


Wasn't Carpio nommed?


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Metro2007 wrote:
I'll treat that as a Gilliam nom. He's on deck.


Wasn't Carpio nommed?


Missed that I guess. Carpio and then Gilliam

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