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Talkin' Mets Minor League Youth

Edioglis Villasmil is a young promising arm

You've heard about the Top 50 guys. You've heard about the players who have been around a while. But with minor league camp about to swing into full gear and the season drawing ever closer, now is a good time to look at some of the young guys hoping to make names for themselves in 2011. Pitcher, position player, it doesn't matter. These young guys are hoping to break out this season.

Ramiro Peralta: Peralta is already 21 years old and thus has to get moving because he has yet to pitch above the Gulf Coast League level. But the 6-foot-3, roughly 200-pound right-hander demonstrated a very live arm last summer, pitching at 92-94 MPH and touching 96 MPH at times. He was signed in 2006 and pitched in the Venezuelan Summer League in 2007 and 2008 before coming stateside. Coaches... Recommended Stories