ESPN’s Keith Law has ranked the Mets’ farm system at No. 14 in baseball. Law writes:
The R.A. Dickey trade really boosted their system, and several Latin American arms had strong years in 2012 to bolster the system’s total value. First-rounder Gavin Cecchini could move quickly for a prep kid, as he’s pretty advanced for a teenager and doesn’t have much blocking him at shortstop.
Among other NL East teams, the Miami Marlins are ranked 16th, Atlanta Braves 20th,Washington Nationals 21st and Philadelphia Phillies 27th.
Last week Baseball America suggested the Mets ranked No. 18, and John Sickels ranked us at No. 11.
Looks like Law pegged the Mets right in the middle.
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The Mets were well represented on MiLB’s Top 100 Prospect List by minor league guru Jonathan Mayo, which was released last night. The Mets were the only team in baseball to have two players in the Top 10, and had three prospects overall in the top 100.
The highest ranked Mets prospect was newly