Located in Queens, New York, the New York Mets play Major League Baseball (MLB). The franchise was founded in 1962 and, along with the New York Yankees, are one of two MLB organizations with local offices in New York City.
The Mets have won two World Series championships in franchise history: the first in 1969 and the second in 1986. In addition, they have won six NL East division championships and five National League (NL) pennants.
The Mets improved their roster in 2021 by making a number of critical changes. They signed seven other players to their roster along with starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco, infielder Jonathan Villar, catcher James McCann and outfielder Kevin Pillar. According to Baseball America, a prospect cannot have more than 130 MLB at-bats, 50 MLB innings pitched, or 30 MLB pitching appearances to be considered for the Top 100.
- Number 8: Francisco Alvarez
- Number 15: Brett Baty
- Issue 21: Kodai Senga
- Number 46: Kevin Parada
- Number 80: Alex Ramirez
- Number 91: Jett Williams
- Number 99: Ronny Mauricio
With Baseball America’s next standings update, Alvarez, Baty, and Senga were all expected to go off the roster. Alvarez had 62 career at-bats, Baty had 94 at-bats, and Senga pitched 32.0 innings.
The Mets’ minor league prospects are currently off to a mixed start. Parada, who the Mets selected with the No. 11 overall in 2022, she is trimming to an A+ level as she creeps forward. Two home runs, six runs batted in and a cut line of 238,337,417. He also walked 12 and hit 24 times in 84 at-bats.