Say what you want about the Mets' farm system, one thing is not up for debate: the Mets have a ton…
Sizing Up the Second Base Prospects
Highest Ceiling Aarom Baldiris: He played all 125 of his 2004 games at third base, but yet, Baldiris is already the Mets' second base prospect with the highest ceiling despite playing the position only in the Instructional League and winter leagues this past offseason. A very good defensive player at third base, the Mets feel Baldiris can make the move over to second base much in the same manner Edgardo Alfonzo did. Baldiris is a very good contact hitter, boasting a minor league career average of .310 and showing some of the best plate discipline among all the Mets' positional players. The combination of depth at the third base position and lack of quality starting second base prospects makes the move over to second for Baldiris seem logical. If Baldiris does make the permanent switch over to second base, he's easily the Mets' second base prospect with the highest upside and projects to be an Edgardo Alfonzo type of player. Closest to the Majors Jeff Keppinger: It is easy...
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