2005 Brooklyn Position Prospect Review Premium Story

Jonathan Malo Had Excellent Peripherals in '05
Jonathan Malo Had Excellent Peripherals in '05
By Patrick Teale

Date: Nov 5, 2005

InsidePitchMagazine.com takes a look at the peripheral stats of the Brooklyn 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 they will be playing in the 2006 season. Here are the hitters that amassed at least 125 at-bats for Brooklyn and didn't get more than 125 with another club.

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