JAYCE BOYD RUMORS & GOSSIP
26. Jayce Boyd, 1B
DOB: 12/30/1990 (Age: 22)
Hit: 50/55+ Power: 40/45 Arm: 60/60 Field: 60/60 Speed: 35/40
A sixth round pick in 2012, Jayce Boyd is a talented young first baseman with a lot of potential. He can swing a pretty potent bat, as evidenced by his .330/.410/.461 slash across Savannah and St. Lucie in 2013. At...
JAYCE BOYD TOPS THE LIST
With the amount of promising prospects that have come up through the Mets system recently, many fans have become more focused on the minor leagues. Many view the exciting crop of young players the Mets currently possess as a sign that the team will soon escape mediocrity, so the elite prospects have garnered a lot of attention. However, the Mets also...
Two interesting tidbits of information about some prospects that I haven’t heard too much about myself recently came out in Adam Rubin’s Farm Report this morning. Check it out:
Jayce Boyd, who is hitting a combined .334 between Savannah and St. Lucie this season, exclusively has served as DH since June 29 with the Florida State League club. Boyd, a first baseman drafted in the...
Back in May I wrote an article discussing the Savannah Sand Gnats trio of Kevin Plawecki, Jayce Boyd, and Brandon Nimmo, who were mashing the South Atlantic League (SAL) at the time. Specifically, the discussion centered around the downplaying of Plawecki and Boyd’s performances because they were “old for their league” or not “age appropriate.” A common rule of thumb...
Jayce Boyd finally got that long waited promotion to Advanced-A, right after the SAL All Star Game as I had speculated. But don’t think for a moment that the better class of pitching has slowed him down any… It hasn’t.
The right-handed first-bagger has a four game hitting streak and has nine hits in his first 17 FSL at-bats with a home run on Sunday and five RBIs in his first...
Jayce Boyd was a sixth-round draft pick by the New York Mets in last year’s MLB Draft, and has certainly made people within the organization take notice with his performance with the Savannah Sand Gnats through 62 games this season.
After signing with New York, the Florida State University product joined the Cyclones in Brooklyn for 54 games and 201 at-bats. He put together decent...
Savannah Sand Gnats' first basemen Jayce Boyd is off to a fast start this year after an up and down season with the Brooklyn Cyclones last year. Slow and steady is the motto of the turtle that won the race in the famous children’s story. In the offseason Boyd wanted to work on having a steady approach at the plate, and right now Boyd is the turtle making his way to the finish line.
Savannah 7, Augusta 2
Luis Cessa, in his first start of the year, held the Augusta Green Jackets in check into the seventh inning to help the Savannah Sand Gnats earn a 7-2 win Tuesday night at Historic Grayson Stadium. Cessa, who worked six and two thirds innings, became the first Savannah starter to pitch into the seventh inning in 2013.
The Gnats (3-3) broke a 1-1 tie with a single...
Travis d’Arnaud: 3 Games –In only 8 at bats he has 6 Runs scored, 3 hits (two of them doubles) 6 walks and a 2:1 BB:K ratio. All of that is good. MVP
Josh Satin: 4 Games – Through 17 at bats Satin is hitting .412 with a homer and a double. He’s striking out a bit more than usual but I expect that to change.
Andrew Brown: 4 Games – Brown has had 1# ABs and managed...
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With their sixth round pick in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft, the Mets selected first baseman Jayce Boyd out of Florida State University. In this exclusive Draft Day Q&A, he talks about his process of being drafted by the organization, who he'd compare his game to at the big league level, if he's looking to sign quickly, and more.