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Notes from the Field: Columbia Fireflies

If you are here for Tebow—as many, many people were in Lakewood this week—Jarrett Seidler has you covered at the mothership. And I’ll be writing something more in-depth on Andres Gimenez next week, but in the meantime here are some assorted notes on the rest of the Fireflies roster. “Don’t Scout the Statline” will return […]

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Don’t Scout the Statline, 4/28/17

It’s time again for “Don’t Scout the Statline,” a weekly look at how Mets prospects are performing. Think of it as an XL version of the Minor League Update from the mothership. Each week I—or one of our other BP Mets prospect writers—will take a look at notable performances from each affiliate over the past […]

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Don’t Scout the Statline, 4/21/17

It’s time again for “Don’t Scout the Statline,” a weekly look at how Mets prospects are performing. Think of it as an XL version of the Minor League Update from the mothership. Each week I—or one of our other BP Mets prospect writers—will take a look at notable performances from each affiliate over the past […]

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2017 Mets Affiliate Previews: Las Vegas 51s

Triple-A is not the most attractive level to prospect watchers. The rosters are mostly loaded with your team’s role 3 and 4 40-man fodder, useful organizational soldiers, and minor league FA relief arms. And some of those prospects you thought might be significant major league pieces in A-ball, have turned into role 3 and 4s […]

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2017 Mets Affiliate Previews: Columbia Fireflies

The Fireflies kicked off their second season in Columbia last week, and it’s a much more prospecty team this year than last—even with Thomas Szapucki on the DL and Justin Dunn skipping the level. The rotation is still pretty interesting, split between young IFA arms and six-figure draft picks, but the lineup is even more […]