Yoenis Cespedes ranked second on MLB Network's Top 10 Left Fielders Right Now!, which premiered Sunday on the MLB Network.
Noah Syndergaard ranked ninth on their Top 10 Starting Pitchers Right Now!
Cespedes finished one spot ahead of Starling Marte (Pirates) and one spot behind Ryan Braun (Brewers), while Syndergaard finished between Zack Greinke (D-backs) and Johnny Cueto (Giants).
Cespedes is the best left fielder in baseball, anonymous MLB scouts and team executives recently told ESPN.com's Buster Olney.
Similarly, the same talent evaluators recently told Olney that Syndergaard is the fourth-best pitcher in the National League and sixth overall in baseball.
In late-November, Cespedes and the Mets agreed to a four-year, $110 million contract, which is likely to remain the only nine-figure deal given to a free agent this offseason. In 189 games wearing a Mets uniform, Cespedes has hit .282 with 48 home runs and 130 RBI, leading the Mets to back-to-back playoff appearances for only the second time in franchise history.
Syndergaard, 24, was 14-9 with a 2.60 ERA (2.29 FIP) and 1.14 WHIP in 31 appearances (30 starts) last season, during which he made the All-Star team, finished third in ERA and became the first pitcher in MLB history to start his career with 350 strikeouts and less than 80 walks.
He has thrown 359 innings during the last year and a half, while averaging the highest velocity in baseball with his fastball (98.0 mph), slider (90.9 mph), and changeup (89.8 mph).
Syndergaard was diagnosed with a bone spur in his right elbow early last season, though it did not impact his performance and does not require surgery, Sandy Alderson said in early-November.