Wheeler is the odds-on favorite to debut in 2013, but there are plenty others to keep an eye on.
So which prospects can we expect to see debut for the Mets this season? Will we see another dazzling Harvey-esque type debut to instill some hope for the future? This is a good question and one that will be more fun to tackle than all the questions about the major league squad.
Zack Wheeler, RHP – Only a disaster of epic proportions will keep Wheeler from joining the Mets before the All Star break in 2013. His numbers will most likely be adversely affected by the rarefied air of Vegas, but ready or not, here he comes.
Travis d’Arnaud, C – The newest Met prospect, and some will argue the best, will also be on the fast track as Alderson looks to cash in some chips before the natives become too restless. He’ll be trying to come back from a long layoff after a knee injury wiped out his 2012 season. But as soon as he can show he’s healthy and has his timing back, the Mets will call h...