2013 New York Mets Consensus Top 38 Prospects


I have created a cumulative prospect list for each team based on other (more knowledgeable) peoples’ lists. Each time a prospect appears on a list, he gets a number of points (21 minus his ranking). The prospect with the largest amount of points is ranked first. I will be posting each team once they have been completed by all of my sources. You can find a link to all of the other teams top prospects on the Team Prospects page. Clicking on the links below will take you to the team’s list on each respective site.

Three lists were published much earlier in the offseason before the Mets acquired Travis d’Arnaud, Noah Syndergaard and Wuilmer Becerra. To account for this, I took each prospect’s average ranking from the other lists and inserted them into the lists that missed them. All other prospects behind them were bumped down one ranking. Wuilmer Becerra was only ranked on one list of the nine that were published after the trade, so I did not rank him on the three that missed him.

You can also view the 2012 New York Mets prospect list.


Baseball America

Baseball Instinct

Baseball Prospect Nation

Baseball Prospectus

Bullpen Banter


Keith Law (ESPN Insider)

Minor League Ball (John Sickels)

Major League Baseball (Jonathan Mayo)

MLB Prospect Portal


Prospect 361

The List

The “Change” column describes how the prospect’s status changed from 2012. A positive number means the prospect moved up in the list, while a negative number means he moved down. A prospect’s name is green if he is new to the organization this year.

Rank Player Total Change
1 Zack Wheeler 238 1
2 Travis d’Arnaud 229 R.A. Dickey Trade
3 Noah Syndergaard 217 R.A. Dickey Trade
4 Wilmer Flores 185 5
5 Brandon Nimmo 171 -2
6 Gavin Cecchini 165 1st Rd Draft
7 Michael Fulmer 155 3
8 Jeurys Familia 152 -4
9 Domingo Tapia 148 4
10 Rafael Montero 139 13
11 Luis Mateo 100
12 Cesar Puello 42 -7
12 Cory Mazzoni 42 0
14 Jake DeGrom 37
15 Kevin Plawecki 30 Comp A Draft
16 Matt Den Dekker 29 13
17 Hansel Robles 25
18 Jack Leathersich 17 9
19 Aderlin Rodriguez 13 4
20 Cam Maron 11
20 Wuilmer Becerra 11 R.A. Dickey Trade
22 Logan Verrett 10 -1
22 Danny Muno 10 0
24 Juan Lagares 9 -10
24 Gabriel Ynoa 9
24 Phillip Evans 9 -9
27 Steve Matz 8
27 Vincente Lupo 8
29 Akeel Morris 7 -11
29 Ahmed Rosario 7 Dominican IFA
31 Cory Vaughn 6 -12
32 Wilfredo Tovar 5
33 Darrell Ceciliani 3 -13
33 Matthew Reynolds 3 2nd Rd Draft
36 Alonzo Harris 2
37 Tyler Pill 1 -10
38 Colin McHugh 0 -10

Here is a spreadsheet that contains all of the 2013 New York Mets prospect rankings in one place.

2012 Prospects Not on 2013 List

Matt Harvey, #1
Jenrry Mejia, #6
Kirk Nieuwenhuis, #7
Jordany Valdespin, #11

Jefry Marte, #31 – to the Oakland Athletics for Collin Cowgill

Dropped Off:
Reese Havens, #8
Juan Urbina, #16
Darin Gorski, #17
Erik Goeddel, #25
Bradley Marquez, #26
Chris Schwinden, #32


2 Comments on “2013 New York Mets Consensus Top 38 Prospects”

  1. Cthomp519 says:

    Marte isn’t in the system any longer…

    Puello is seriously given too good a ranking…

    Havens: 8 to OUT…amazing!

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