Kevin Goldstein at Baseball Prospectus has recognized Mets on back-to-back days in his daily rundown of happenings in minor league baseball.
Monday, he wrote of Brad Holt:
....His Florida State League debut was a forgettable one, as he allowed nine runs in 3.2 innings, but he's more than made up for it by allowing just six runs in his next seven starts for a 1.19 ERA. His fastball is as good as anyone's in the Mets system, and scouts are seeing good progress on the rest of his arsenal.Emphasis mine.
Tuesday, Goldstein wrote about Lucas Duda:
Dude presents a strange set of skills. He's one of the better pure hitters in the Mets' system, and at six-foot-four and 225 pounds he certainly looks the part, but he's never really hit for power, and has just two home runs in 160 at-bats this year. He's suddenly added extreme plate discipline to his repertoire, however, walking 11 times in his last seven games, and 34 times overall in 46 games, giving him an overall line of .294/.415/.400. It's not going to work at first base, and a sudden occasional move to left field doesn't really help him much, as the offensive expectations don't change much, so if anything, we're just letting you know he's out there as a 'maybe' kind of guy.