Inside Pitch analyzes the Mets' catching prospects. Which catching prospect has the highest upside?…
Tool Time: Top Ten Defensive Infielders
Honorable Mention 1B, Tyler Davidson: While Davidson hasn't exactly made the offensive strides the Mets had hoped for since selecting him the 8th round of the 2002 draft, he has been more than a welcomed site over at first base. A leader in the clubhouse and on the field, Davidson, despite his immense size, has shown great athleticism at first base. He routinely makes the tough outs on foul ball outs down the line, showing very good range and soft hands. 2B, David Bacani: Bacani is a very agile playing second base. He has very good range and makes all the routine plays, hardly ever losing his concentration. Bacani, while he may never become an everyday player at the Major League level, projects to be a very good backup player down the road, mostly because of his defensive ability. Top Ten Defensive Infielders 10) SS, Ryan Coultas: It was a lost season in his professional debut with the Mets in 2004 as Coultas did not show much in the way of offense or defense after being...
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