BrooklynBrian Harrison and Richard Lucas, split this job.
I had Richard Lucas ranked as the #20 prospect in the system entering 2010, but he didn't hit at all in St. Lucie that season, and now finds himself behind Jefry Marte and Aderlin Rodriguez on the organizational depth chart. Lucas hit .300/.385/.472 as a 22-year old in the New York-Penn League in 2011. A fourth round pick out of high school in 2007, Lucas is probably, unfortunately, out of time.
KingsportDustin Lawley split his time between third base and centerfield in the Appalachian League which alone makes him kinda interesting. That and he hit a bit, going .284/.325/.500 and earning the K-Mets Co-Hitter of the Year with Greg Pron. The Mets drafted Lawley, who will be 23 heading into 2012, in the 19th round out of West Florida where he won a DII National Championship with the Argonauts. Likely, he'll head to Savannah, where he ended 2011 for three regular season games and the Gnats' playoff run, to begin 2012. His versatility and athletic ability will keep him employed for a little bit, but he'll need to hit to advance.
GCLI got nothing on the two guys who played third in rookie ball - Sneider Batista and Ponce Dimas, who were both 20 in 2011.