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Post-Season Stock Up / Stock Down

With the 2009 season now in the books, several prospects have seen their stock rise and/or fall since our mid-season edition of Stock Up/Stock Down. Now we look at the select few who fit the bill as prospects head into the off-season. Here are some of the Mets farmhands who have seen their place in the farm system shift this season.

STOCK UP: Kirk Nieuwenhuis: No one can match the summer Nieuwenhuis had. His offensive explosion was unparalleled in the closing six weeks of the season and that streak was a testament to a strong compliment of tools that just took some time to develop over the course of a long season. He flashed the extra base power and speed combo last year in Brooklyn but expectations were that it would...

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