Triple-A Las Vegas SS Amed Rosario (No. 4) and 1B Dominic Smith (No. 49) are on Baseball America's Midseason Top 100 Prospects list, which was released on Friday.
Rosario was ranked No. 8 by Baseball America on their preseason list, while Smith came in at No. 71.
High-A St. Lucie RHP Justin Dunn, who was ranked No. 100 on the list Baseball America released before the season, does not appear on the midseason list. The 21-year-old Dunn has a 4.74 ERA and 1.57 WHIP with 49 strikeouts in 68 1/3 innings this season.
Rosario, 21, is hitting .327 with a .365 OBP and .474 SLG with seven HR, 16 doubles, seven triples, 16 steals, 52 RBI, and 55 runs scored in 83 games this season for Las Vegas.
He has gone 17-for-41 during his current nine-game hitting streak.
Mets GM Sandy Alderson said last week that he sees no need to call up Rosario if the team is playing well, and that he's hesitant to call up Rosario if the team is playing poorly -- since he feels he would then be viewed as a potential savior.
Smith, 22, is hitting .328 with a .380 OBP and .496 SLG with 11 HR, 23 doubles, 57 RBI, and 56 runs scored this season for Las Vegas.
On their list that was released before the season, Baseball America graded players on their respective future tools on a scale of 20 to 80. Rosario received a 60 for hitting, 70 for his arm, and 70 for fielding. Smith received a 60 for both hitting and fielding.