The St. Lucie infielder was twice drafted by the New York Mets, first in the 40th round of the 2002…
Analyzing the Middle Infielders
Highest Ceiling: Matt Bouchard (SS): Bouchard really made an impression during his rookie campaign in Brooklyn. The 11th round pick in last June's drafted earned a NY-Penn League All-Star selection and finished the year with a .348 batting average over his last 22 games. Not only does Bouchard possess a strengthening offensive game, but his defensive capabilities are what really have the Mets excited. He has a terrific sense for his position and the arm to make throws from deep in the hole. A three-year starter at Georgetown, Bouchard has firmly supplanted himself as the shortstop with the brightest upside within the organization. With a likely promotion to St. Lucie this spring, Bouchard will have the opportunity to flash his full array of talent against a much higher level of competition. Closest to the Majors: Jose Coronado (SS): After his third year in the organization, the Mets still hold Coronado in high regard and continue to work with him to round out and improve...
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