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Mets Top 50 Midseason Review Part II

In this second part of an ongoing look at last fall's Top 50, the breakdown focuses on what can be considered the middle of the pack of Mets prospects. It's a bit of a mixed bag in this group, with some prospects exceeding expectations, others falling behind those expectations and others simply leaving question marks. Did the list hold water? Look inside to follow up.

34. Blake Forsythe Savannah: .226, 4 HR, 26 RBI, 24 R, 13 2B, 37 BB, .332 OBP, .695 OPS The Mets used their 2010 third round pick on Forsythe. To date, the 22-year-old remains in a holding pattern. He has endured split time behind the plate in Savannah, which has led to rather muted development with the glove. At the plate, Forsythe can only be categorized as underwhelming when considering he...

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