Here are the excerpts from Baseball America:
Holt: 2 GS, 0-0, 1.29 ERA, 13 IP, 6 hits, 2 runs, 1 er, 3 bb, 11 k, 19:4 (GB:AO).
In his third try at Double-A, Holt isn't out of the woods yet. But he's off and running after allowing two runs through three starts. He flashed good stuff last year, but a combination of injuries, mechanical issues and lack of focus produced dreadful results (3-14, 8.34, 2.00 WHIP, 7.5 walks per nine innings). Through the early going this season, Holt is throwing his pitches for strikes, getting swings and misses, inducing grounders and generally living up to his No. 3 starter potential.
Marte: .409/.481/.864 (9-for-22), 3 HR, 1 2B, 8 RBIs, 7 R, 4 BB, 6 SO
St. Lucie has jumped off to a Florida State League-best 13-2 record and they've done so with some of the Mets' finest prospects. Righthanders Matt Harvey and Jeurys Familia have given up a total of three runs in six starts, while the offense features shortstop Wilmer Flores and right fielder Cesar Puello, the system's Nos. 2 an 3 prospects who both appear to be shaking off the rust early in the season. The same is not true of Marte, who paces the St. Lucie attack with a .340 average (17-for-50), eight walks, three home runs and 10 RBIs. Marte spent last season playing in the shadow of Flores and Puello with low Class A Savannah, but he appears to be completely healthy this season as he makes up for a so-so 2010 campaign (.264/.333/.401, six homers in 82 games).
Cohoon: When your fastball tops out at 90 mph, you need to have plenty of savvy, not to mention some quality secondary offerings, to make it work. That's the case for Mets LHP Mark Cohoon, who's allowed just one earned run in 19 innings this season for Double-A Binghamton. In his only start this week, the 23-year-old threw seven innings without allowing an earned run (he did give up two unearned) to lower his ERA to 0.47. He struck out 11, a career high, didn't walk anybody and gave up just five hits.