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View Poll Results: Who is the Mets #2 prospect?

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  • Travis d'Arnaud

    15 71.43%
  • Rafael Montero

    4 19.05%
  • Dominic Smith

    1 4.76%
  • Wilmer Flores

    0 0%
  • Gavin Cecchini

    0 0%
  • Amed Rosario

    1 4.76%
  • Cesar Puello

    0 0%
  • Kevin Plawecki

    0 0%
  • Brandon Nimmo

    0 0%
  • Jacob deGrom

    0 0%
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    Gonna go with Montero. Mostly because of age. I really like TDA, but starting the season at 25 makes it tough for me to put him ahead of someone who I see as a potential #2 that can join the rotation early in the year.

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    D'Arnaud but it's close for me between him and Montero as well. Mainly because a potential all star catcher has more value imo than a potential middle of the rotation SP.

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    TDA, even though he didn't impress me much last season if he can be healthy he can be a factor. He's still young, and has a ton of potential.


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    TDA started to come around towatd the end of September once he put some ABs behind him. but if we're talking about prospects, dont forget Zack Lutz.
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    TDA. He didn't show much last year but he makes consistent hard contact. I think he will be alright. I believe he can put up similar production to Paul LoDuca, and that is more valuable than a MORP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingsOfQueens View Post
    TDA. He didn't show much last year but he makes consistent hard contact. I think he will be alright. I believe he can put up similar production to Paul LoDuca, and that is more valuable than a MORP.
    Hell yeah, I'll take LoDuca numbers from TDA.

    Don't forget, TDA has insane opposite field power, and he showed some plate discipline. The tools are there for him to become a good if not great major league catcher.


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    I am a huge believe in Montero, so I will vote for him, I have many doubts about Td'A still. Injuries, offensive ability among them.

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    Travis D'Arnaud. I like Montero but I think D'Arnaud has the potential to be an all star for more years

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    My old standby was Nick Evans, but he's no longer with the team. Therefore in the spirit of consistency, I'm going with Philip Evans.
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    TDA nabs my vote here.

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    MORP sounds dumb. I don't like it. I don't really care for TORP but its not as terrible as MORP. What are we going to start calling #5/spot starter types? Where do the acronyms end?

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    Gotta go with d'Arnaud here. I think he'll be a lot better next year -- barring injury of course.

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    TDa is still a hell of a prospect at a premium position. Considering how well he seems to receive his pitchers, if he's even an average bat he's an instant success.

    I think his bat picks up quite a bit this year and he's the big boost this team needs to be a contender for a WC spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GottaBelieve View Post
    TDa is still a hell of a prospect at a premium position. Considering how well he seems to receive his pitchers, if he's even an average bat he's an instant success.

    I think his bat picks up quite a bit this year and he's the big boost this team needs to be a contender for a WC spot.
    I know another position that we could use a boost on to help further propel us for a WC spot -_-

    If TDA can stay healthy, we have ourselves a quality catcher with some pop.


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