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Mets Five Prospects That Could Impact 2010

Mets Thole Singles for First Major League Hit in Denver

As promised, here is my list of five prospects, in no particular order, that could potentially help the Mets in 2010. Enjoy!

1. Josh Thole, C (age 23)

Josh Thole is coming off of a tremendous season in which he hit .328/.395/.422 in the Eastern League (AA) followed up by an impressive .321/.356/.396 performance when called up to the Mets in September. Since his power is limited, Thole’s defense will go along way in determining whether he will be a starter or backup at the big league level. I do expect Thole to potentially help the Mets in 2010. Right now the current catching tandem is Omir Santos and Henry Blanco, which I can’t really see lasting the full season, especially if the Mets are getting little production from the catching position and Thole is tearing up the International League (AAA), both of which are realistic scenarios.

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Report: Mets Sign First Round Pick Havens

The Mets have reportedly signed one of their first round draft choices Reese Havens. He’s a shortstop from the University of South Carolina taken 22nd overall. His bonus is reportedly at slot for $1.4 million.

The Mets are also reported to be making progress with sandwich round pick Brad Holt and their fourth pick Javier Rodriguez.

Read the full story at Sports Illustrated.