With 2013 being touted as a rebuilding year for the Mets, most fans are excited to see the debut of prospects like Travis d’Arnuad and Zack Wheeler.
It is now May and the talk of these prospects is heating up. d’Arnuad is out with a broken foot and is due back soon while Wheeler just missed a start due to soreness in his neck. The team decided to play it safe with their top pitching prospect, as his eventual call up is right around the corner.
Ever since acquiring Wheeler from the Giants back in 2011 for Carlos Beltran, he has been the talk of the town along with Matt Harvey as the saviors of the Mets. This hype has caused concern for many as there is a tremendous amount of pressure on these two kids, especially Wheeler.
Harvey has always been looked at as the number two to Wheeler, the cherry on top of the sundae that is the future Mets pitching rotation. He has now exploded onto the scene in Flushing and is viewed as one of the best young pitchers of the game.
For Mets fans, th...