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GCL Mets Season in Review

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The 2010 Gulf Coast League Mets had a positive season in the standings, but more important to the rookie level club was the collection of very young talent that emerged on the scene this summer. Among them are budding hitters, intriguing arms and others with trends that will shape the future of the farm system. Here is a post-season review of the 2010 Gulf Coast League Mets.

RECORD: 31-25 PITCHER OF THE YEAR Ramiro Peralta: 1-0, 1.69 ERA, 15 G, 21.1 IP, 27 K, 9 BB, .157 OBA The 21-year-old right-hander is behind the age curve for the Gulf Coast League, but the raw Panamanian product impressed over the course of his first season. The 6-foot-3 hurler became more of a pitcher than a thrower over the course of the summer, fine tuning his underdeveloped feel for... Recommended Stories