Here are the Top 50 Mets' prospects. InsidePitchMagazine.com gives a little insight on each…
Beyond Top 50 Part II
Gavin Dlouhy: The 19-year-old Australian southpaw had a fine first season with the GCL Mets. He totaled only 25.1 innings pitched while among the crowded staff, but he excelled by showing very good control [six walks] and mixing hitters up with his fastball that sits near 90 MPH, a quality splitter and a developing changeup. Dlouhy has proven consistent from the stretch, effective with runners on base with a low opponent's batting average in pressure situations. Left-handers hit nearly 120 points higher off him than right-handers this season, but he is showing the tools befitting of a promising left-hander. Joe Holden: The Savannah outfielder has been hanging around the edge of the Top 50 for a few years now. He is a nails player who puts all he's got into his game. His power slipped a bit this season, but he has shown in the past he can hit with pop. Holden must learn greater plate discipline so he can keep his strikeouts at a minimum in order to regain the stroke he had in...
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