Mets infield prospect Andres Gimenez took home the 2019 Arizona Fall League batting title on Wednesday, finishing with a .371 average in 18 games played.
The 21-year-old finished 10 points ahead of Phillies third-base Alec Bohm, the No. 34 prospect in all of baseball according to MLB Pipeline.
Gimenez finished the Fall League slashing .371/.413/.586. In 70-at-bats, he drove in 15 while homering twice. Also, his .999 OPS was the highest of any qualifying player.
MLB Pipeline's Top 100 prospects list has Gimenez at No. 92, behind fellow Mets prospects Brett Baty (No. 81) and Ronny Mauricio (No. 80).
In June, SNY's Joe DeMayo had Gimenez pegged as an everyday player at shortstop or second base if he got back on his developmental trajectory.
"His calling card for extra base hits will be spraying balls in the gap, getting doubles, and sometimes using his speed to get some triples," DeMayo wrote. "Gimenez has above average speed and has developed quality base running IQ, which should make him a 20+ stolen base threat."