Found August 06, 2012 on MyTeamRivals.com:
Let’s take a quick peak at Mets prospect Jefry Marte - Marte, drafted by the Mets organization shortly after his 16th birthday. The now 21-year-old is currently hitting a .261 average in 105 games and 375 at bats. To go along with his season average, he also has 51 runs, 49 rbi’s, 98 hits, 8 HR’s, and 6 stolen bases. As for fielding he still seems to be improving which is good, considering he is still in his early 20′s. A lot of talk lately in New York, has been the possible contract situation looming between the current Met third baseman, David Wright and the Mets organization. Should the team sign him to an extension now, wait till next year after his contract runs out, or indeed part ways with, when it’s all said and down, the most decorated Met and home grown player of all time. Jefry Marte himself, is a third baseman. Since 2008, his second year of being part of the Mets farm system, his name has popped up multiple times in terms of a possible replacement for Wright down the ro...
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