However, beyond Syndergaard, the next set of guys who project as potential members of a big league rotation (LHP Steven Matz and RHP Gabriel Ynoa) are in advanced Single-A. They are both three levels, and at least a full calendar year, from the big leagues.
The Mets have lots of pitching prospect depth, right? Not much, beyond the names you already know. Outside of Noah Syndergaard, who really is the team’s top prospect, the team’s depth for 2014 is already in the big leagues. Rafael Montero and Jacob deGrom are helping out in the rotation. Jenrry Mejia and Jeurys Familia have found homes at the back of the Mets bullpen.