Mets shortstop Amed Rosario went 0-for-2 while catcher Tomas Nido drove in two runs for the World team in Sunday's Futures Game at Marlins Park.
Rosario, Baseball America's No. 4 prospect in its midseason top 100 list, struck out in both of his at-bats as the World lost to the U.S., 7-5. The 21-year-old shortstop has a .327/.365/.474 batting line with seven home runs, 52 RBIs and 16 stolen bases in 83 games with Triple-A Las Vegas.
Rosario told Newsday's David Lennon he feels he is "100 percent ready" for the majors, however he said he has not thought about a potential call-up.
"I don't focus on that," Rosario said. "What's important to me is going out there, playing every day, and focusing on the task at hand."
GM Sandy Alderson recently said he doesn't yet want to promote Rosario regardless of the team's performance.
"If we're playing well, there's no real urgency to bring him up," Alderson said. "If we're playing poorly, I'd hesitate to bring him up because he'd be looked at as our potential savior. So, it's kind of a double whammy at the moment."
Nido, 23, hit two RBI singles off the bench, including one in the ninth inning that brought the World team within a run.
He is hitting .246 with five home runs and 39 RBIs for Double-A Binghamton this season. Nido has been in the Mets organization ever since they drafted him in the eighth round in 2012.