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View Poll Results: Who is the Mets #8 Prospect for 2013?

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  • Luis Mateo

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  • Rafael Montero

    7 41.18%
  • Cory Mazzoni

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  • Hansel Robles

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  • Cory Vaughn

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  • Phillip Evans

    1 5.88%
  • Gavin Cecchini

    4 23.53%
  • Jeurys Familia

    4 23.53%
  • Darrell Ceciliani

    1 5.88%
  • Domingo Tapia

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  • Amed Rosario

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  • Cesar Puello

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  • Aderlin Rodriguez

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  • Darin Gorski

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  • Collin McHugh

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    2013 PSD Mets Forum #8 Mets Prospect

    Vote for who you think is the Mets #8 prospect for 2013.

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    I give Familia a vote here, while his command is still a huge issue, he is closer to the majors and has a plus plus fastball.

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    Cecchini gets my vote here. Ceiling is an above average SS and I think he has the make-up to achieve that.
    Last edited by YoungStuna; 01-16-2013 at 10:41 PM.

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    I'm going to go with Familia because, like Sick said, he has tremendous upside, just big control issues. If he can get it under control, he can definitly be an effective major league pitcher.

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    Familia is a pen arm. He's had 567 innings in the minors, so there is no chance of him becoming a starter. He lacks the command and a 3rd pitch to be one. I like him a lot as a pen arm, but I don't feel comfortable putting a pen arm in the Top 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    I give Familia a vote here, while his command is still a huge issue, he is closer to the majors and has a plus plus fastball.
    Just curious but if Fulmer won the #7 spot and you voted for Montero then, then how come you're not voting for Montero now?

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    My vote is Montero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingsOfQueens View Post
    Just curious but if Fulmer won the #7 spot and you voted for Montero then, then how come you're not voting for Montero now?
    He voted Mateo, then Montero, now Familia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingsOfQueens View Post
    Just curious but if Fulmer won the #7 spot and you voted for Montero then, then how come you're not voting for Montero now?
    because imo all three guys are as equal as they come as far as upside goes, any of the 3 and I will include Tapia and Fulmer so make it 5, but any of them could go anywhere from 5-10 and I would not have a problem with it.

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    Montero again, for reasons stated in previous thread.

    Legit shot at being a mid rotation starting pitcher with a chance to hit majors in 2014. Excellent command and success at multiple levels.

    Valuable piece to the organization.
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    Montero, with great command comes great success.


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    I guess I'm happy I voted for Montero for #8 and it was a hard decision (we have a fair amount of good prospect left to choose from). 2015 should be a heck of a year for potential prospects at Triple A. Now if the talent translates to the Mets, look out. But still light on outfielders.
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    Familia for me

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    I voted Cecchini. Above average short stops are hard to come by and thats what he can be.


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    If your going to include Harvey, why not Valdespin, Nieuwenhuis, Tejada, etc.

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