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    Sickels Tip 150 Prospects-5 Mets

    13) Travis D'Arnaud, C, New York Mets, 2013
    15) Zack Wheeler, RHP, New York Mets, 2013
    22) Noah Syndergaard, RHP, New York Mets, 2015
    86) Michael Fulmer, RHP New York Mets, 2015
    118) Wilmer Flores, INF, New York Mets, 2014

    3 in the Top 22

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    Wait, Sickels had Flores ahead of Fulmer on our list (and a B+ to Fulmer's B), but now he's 32 spots behind him on this list? What?

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    He changed his mind probably. I was one who thought Fulmer should be ahead of Flores.

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    Sickels is extremely high on Syndegaard.


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    Sickels Tip 150 Prospects-5 Mets

    3 guys in the top 25 plus Matt Harey.

    Not too shabby

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    I thought Wheeler was regarded as top 10

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    He simple had updated info. The scouts missed that Fulmer had an at least average CB. Fulmer used it mostly late in games. It was also the first year threw a circle CU. Fulmer's HS repertoire was FB, CB?SL, cut FB and spl CU. CB?SL had elements of a CB and elements of a SL.

    While Fulmer had a fringe average circle CU for most of the season, he had an average CU late. So, Fulmer has a near plus FB, a near plus SL, ave CB and CU. The repertoire of a solid #3 SP. Obviously, he can improve his stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManningToTyree View Post
    I thought Wheeler was regarded as top 10
    Different people use different criteria differently to come to different conclusions. Where someone ranks him is pretty much irrelevant to his future and performance level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GottaBelieve View Post
    3 guys in the top 25 plus Matt Harey.

    Not too shabby
    He's a glorified 5th starter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Claymation View Post
    He's a glorified 5th starter.
    He's a scrub. He doesn't even belong in the majors.
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    I can't believe this guys list. He forgot about Ambriox Burgos, Alex Escobar and Justin Huber

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    Sickels Tip 150 Prospects-5 Mets

    If both Wheeler and d'Arnaud graduate next year we might have just 1 or 2 guys in the top 100.

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    Hell if we also trade Noah for a bat, we could have none.


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