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2015 Mets Prospect List

Rank Name Projection
1 Noah Syndergaard # 1 Starter
2 Brandon Nimmo Elite LF
3 Dilson Herrera Elite 2B
4 Dominic Smith Elite 1B
5 Amed Rosario 1st Div. SS
6 Steven Matz #2 Starter
7 Michael Conforto 1st Div. LF
8 Kevin Plawecki 1st Div. C
9 Rafael Montero #4 Starter
10 Marcos Molina #3 Starter
11 Gavin Cecchini 1st Div. SS
12 Ivan Wilson 1st Div. CF
13 Milton Ramos 1st Div. SS
14 Michael Fulmer #4 Starter
15 Akeel Morris #4 Starter
16 Jhoan Urena 2nd Div. 3B
17 Jayce Boyd 1st Div. 1B
18 Ali Sanchez 1st Div. C
19 Gabriel Ynoa #4 Starter
20 Sean Gilmartin #4 Starter
21 Cesar Puello 1st Div. RF
22 Cory Mazzoni Impact Reliever
23 Kenny Hernandez 1st Div. 3B
24 Vicente Lupo 1st Div. LF
25 Robert Gsellman #5 Starter
26 Luis Mateo Impact Reliever
27 Domingo Tapia Impact Reliever
28 Raphael Ramirez 2nd Div. LF
29 Corey Oswalt #4 Starter
30 Champ Stuart 2nd Div. CF
31 Blake Taylor #5 Starter
32 Chris Flexen #5 Starter
33 Matthew Bowman #5 Starter
34 Wuilmer Becerra 2nd Div. RF
35 Matt Reynolds Backup SS
36 Dash Winningham 2nd Div. 1B
37 Dario Alvarez Reliever
38 Hansel Robles Reliever
39 Robert Whalen Reliever
40 Carlos Sanchez Backup C
41 Erik Manoah #5 Starter
42 Casey Meisner Reliever
43 Miller Diaz Reliever
44 Jack Leathersich Reliever
45 Luis Guillorme Backup SS
46 Wilfredo Tovar Backup SS
47 Aderlin Rodriguez 2nd Div. 1B
48 Erik Goeddel Reliever
49 Andrew Church Reliever
50 Matt Koch Reliever
51 Rainy Lara Reliever
52 Jeff Walters Reliever
53 Alfredo Reyes Backup SS
54 Luis Silva #5 Starter
55 Enmanuel Zabala Backup CF
56 Darin Gorski Reliever
57 Luis Cessa Reliever
58 John Gant Reliever
59 Darwin Ramos Reliever
60 Brad Wieck Reliever
61 Ricardo Cespedes 2nd Div. CF
62 Adrian Almeida Reliever
63 Brandon Brosher #N/A
64 L.J. Mazzilli Backup 2B
65 Chasen Bradford Reliever
66 Josh Prevost Reliever
67 Cory Vaughn Backup LF
68 Dave Roseboom Reliever
69 Colton Plaia 3RD CATCHER
70 Dionis Rodriguez 3RD CATCHER
71 Matt Oberste Backup 1B
72 Darrell Ceciliani Backup LF
73 Zack Thornton Reliever
74 Eudor Garcia-Pacheco #N/A
75 Yeffry De Aza 2nd Div. SS
76 Beck Wheeler Reliever
77 Julian Hilario Reliever
78 Seth Lugo Reliever
79 Tim Peterson Reliever
80 Kevin McGowan Reliever
81 Ricky Knapp Reliever
82 Paul Paez Reliever
83 Eudy Pina 2nd Div. LF
84 Jose Celas Reliever
85 James Duff Reliever
86 Dustin Lawley Backup LF
87 John Mora Backup LF
88 Kyle Johnson Backup LF
89 Daniel Muno 3RD 2B/SS
90 T.J. Rivera 3RD 2B/SS


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