Any Good Starters Down There?

Willie777

Singing Country Music for God and America
I literally have no idea what our AAA and AA rotations are...who would be next up?
 

Daaaarryyl

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Yeah, he's hit a rough patch lately but he's the next guy that could legitimately be a major league starter.


More a #4-5 type though. FB low to mid 90's & a nice changeup.

Breaker still a work in progress. Haven;t read any recent reports on him though.

That's the next guy. After that you're talking maybe a 2 year wait for the next crop
 

BennySammy

Parents should have arranged for deodorant instead
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when does Matt Allan play again? our top pitching prospect hasn't gotten to pitch in 3 years!
 

Pickles

Misch Tickles My Pickle
The Depth was Peterson and Megill, which was better than previous years. Unfortunately, most teams need to go 9 guys deep to really feel comfortable about the depth.
 

Hire

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The Depth was Peterson and Megill, which was better than previous years. Unfortunately, most teams need to go 9 guys deep to really feel comfortable about the depth.
I think it's safe to say the Mets considered Williams to be SP depth though, so they really had 8 guys. It would've been nice if he had options so they can keep him stretched at AAA, but I find it hard to criticize the depth considering the 6-8 is better than what almost any team can throw at you(and a lot better quality than recent Mets teams). Probably figured they could scrap heap together the 9th slot with waiver pickups or a guy like Butto.

Hopefully the organization keeps building depth though, it was obviously decimated by prior regimes. I think some of the A-ball arms are promising.
 
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