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The B-Mets did not release their roster officially, but thanks to tweets from players and a roster preview story from beat writer Lynn Worthy, we can get pretty close to estimating the complete roster. The best prospect in the group is C Kevin Plawecki, my #11 Mets prospect.


CatchersKevin Plawecki

Blake Forsythe

Xorge Carillo


OFDarrell Ceciliani

Cory Vaughn

Travis Taijeron

Kyle Johnson


InfieldSS Wilfredo Tovar

SS/2B Matt Reynolds

1B Jayce Boyd

1B Matt Clark

3B Dustin Lawley (will also see time in OF)

Util Rylan Sandoval (source)

RotationLHP Darin Gorski

RHP Logan Verrett

RHP Matt Bowman

RHP Rainy Lara

RHP Tyler Pill

RHP Greg Peavey

BullpenLHP Jack Leathersich

LHP Adam Kolarek

LHP TJ Chism

LHP Hamilton Bennett

LHP Angel Cuan

RHP Chasen Bradford

RHP Cody Satterwhite (source)


The list above has 24 players. Binghamton will open with 25, and presumably, I missed a backup infielder, someone like Josh Rodriguez, or TJ Rivera.

The addition of Cody Satterwhite takes this roster to 25 players, 13 pitchers and 12 position players of whom there are three catchers. The Mets could well use the phantom DL to stretch this roster with an extra arm or infielder.

12:40 pm: Adding Sandoval takes this roster to 26 players. It seems likely that only two catchers will be active at a given time.

The guy who seems like he belongs here is RHP Hansel Robles. In his age 22 season in the Florida State League, he ran a 3.72 ERA in 16 games over 84.2 innings with a 66 K/29 BB ratio. That's not the stuff of stardom, but I figured it would be good enough for a trip to Binghamton, unless he is hurt.

Tags: Binghamton Mets , Toby Hyde
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