Every Sunday, we'll be taking a look at how notable Mets prospects are faring in the Arizona Fall League. The AFL features some of the best prospects in baseball and its regular season runs through Nov. 15. The Championship Game is Nov. 17.
Peter Alonso, 1B
The 23-year-old Alonso has cooled off significantly as the AFL winds down, with his line down to .221/.306/.442 in 24 games.
Alonso's 24 games played are the most of any player on his team -- the Scottsdale Scorpions. Including the 24 games played in the AFL, Alonso has played a career-high 156 games this season. His prior high for games played in a season was 93 in 2017.
Despite slowing down, Alonso is still tied for the AFL-lead in home runs with five, blasting his most recent one on Nov. 5.
Peter Alonso + elevated fastball out over the plate = home run pic.twitter.com/Q0pU4lqYSa- Kyle Glaser (@KyleAGlaser) November 6, 2018
Andres Gimenez, SS
The 20-year-old Gimenez -- one of the youngest players in the AFL -- is hitting just .125/.271/.300 with two doubles, one triple, and one homer in 40 at-bats in 17 games.
Here's a deeper dive on Gimenez, who will almost certainly begin the 2019 season with Double-A Binghamton.
Desmond Lindsay, OF
The 21-year-old Lindsay has only played in six games, but has made the most of it, hitting .348/.375/.783 with three homers and one double in 23 at-bats.
Gerson Bautista, RHP
The hard-throwing Bautista has been strong in the AFL, with a 2.38 ERA and 1.15 WHIP in nine games (11.1 innings) with 11 strikeouts and three walks while allowing one homer.