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2005 Kingsport Position Prospect Review

Sean Henry Had Solid Peripherals Again in 2005

The Kingsport Mets finished their 2005 season at 28-40, but their hitting kept them in games. We take a look at the peripheral stats of these young hitters to find out what their strengths and weaknesses are as they continue to develop in the Mets' farm system. Though very early, we'll even handicap where this hitters will be playing in the 2006 season. Here are the hitters that amassed at least 125 at-bats for Kingsport and didn't get more than 125 with another club.

Matt Anderson - 3B Drafted in the 31st round of the 2005 MLB Draft out of the University of California-Irvine, Anderson put up typical peripheral statistics expected from a college player. Anderson's peripherals were consistent between his stops in Kingsport and in Brooklyn. His walk ratio and extra-base hit percentages were remarkably similar between the two leagues and he showed he can be...

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