New York Mets minor league players

New York Mets minor league players

Below are the some of the players and rosters of the minor league affiliates of the New York Mets.


Allan Dykstra

Dykstra with the Lake Elsinore Storm, San Diego Padres high-A affiliate, in 2008.

Allan Dykstra (born May 21, 1987 in San Diego, California)[1] is a professional baseball player in the New York Mets organization. He was the starting first baseman for Wake Forest Demon Deacons during his college career, and was drafted 23rd overall by the San Diego Padres in the first round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft.

Dykstra is the son of Randy and Cathy Dykstra. He is related to former Mets player Lenny Dykstra.[2] Dykstra was a member of the San Diego Stars 12U team that won 1999 AAU national championships. In 2001 he played for 14U team USA at the Pan-American games in Honduras.

He played for Sam Blalock at Rancho Bernardo High School where he helped take the team to the Palomar League Championship. He was selected to the 30 man trials for 18-and-under Junior National Team in 2004 and attended the Perfect Game Western Underclass Showcase where he was rated the number two prospect. In the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft, Dykstra was drafted in the 34th round by the Boston Red Sox.[3]

Dykstra played college baseball at Wake Forest University for coach Rick Rembielak while majoring in business. Dykstra won a multitude of awards in his freshman series including being named ACC rookie of the year and named to the ACC all-academic team. Dykstra was named freshman All-American by, Louisville Slugger, and Baseball America. He was selected to the Dick Howser Trophy watch list and the 2006 Pepsi Baseball Classic All-tournament team. Statistically, Dykstra led the team in slugging percentage, on-base percentage, RBIs, home runs, walks, sacrifice flies and tied for the lead in starts.

Allan Dykstra at Bat in the 1999 12U AAU championship game

In 2007, Dykstra was named to the All-ACC academic team and second team All-ACC. He was named a Golden Spikes Award finalist along with being named to the midseason watch list for the Brooks Wallace Award. Dykstra had a monster year statistically in the ACC tying for first in home runs, and ending in the top ten of walks, slugging percentage, on-base percentage, RBIs and total bases.

Dykstra hit .308/.444/.481 for the 2007 Chatham A's in the Cape Cod League. He was 8th in the league in average, third in RBI (31) and third in OBP. He made the CCL All-Star team at DH. Baseball America named him the #16 prospect in the Cape Cod League.[4]

Dykstra was drafted 23rd overall in the 2008 MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres. Dykstra signed a $1.15 million dollar contract with the Padres on August 15, 2008, just before the deadline to sign draft picks.[5]

The Padres traded Dykstra to the New York Mets in exchange for RHP Eddie Kunz on March 29, 2011.[6]

Jim Fuller

James "Jim" Fuller (born June 1, 1987) is a North American professional baseball player. He is a left-handed pitcher in the New York Mets organization. Fuller was a talented pitcher for Marlborough High School in Marlborough, Massachusetts, and gathered some attention out of high school, but was not drafted. In his high school career, Fuller accumulated two regional MVP awards, 353 career strikeouts and 27 wins.

He started college at Southern New Hampshire University. In hopes of improving his prospects of a Major League career, Fuller transferred to Western Oklahoma State College, but stayed only briefly before transferring to Southern Connecticut State University. Due to eligibility restrictions, Fuller did not return to action until 2008, in which he struck out 145 batters, leading all Division II pitchers, and averaged over 13 strikeouts per nine innings pitched. Fuller also recorded a streak of 59 scoreless innings pitched to go along with a 9-3 record and an extraordinary 1.39 ERA. He was named a Division II All-American.

After his sophomore season, Fuller was selected in the 21st round (644th overall) by the New York Mets in the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft.

The Mets optioned Fuller to the Class-A Brooklyn Cyclones. Fuller pitched 18.0 innings with an ERA of 1.00 while earning one save, two wins, and striking out 22 in an impressive first season in professional ball.

Matt Harvey

Matt Harvey
New York Mets — No. 49
Starting pitcher
Born: March 27, 1989 (1989-03-27) (age 22)
New London, Connecticut
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Matt Harvey (born March 27, 1989) was the New York Mets 7th pick in the 2010 MLB Draft.

He was previously drafted in the third round of the 2007 MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. He attended University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was signed by former NY Mets general manger Omar Minaya. Harvey is 6' 4" and weighs around 210 lbs; he bats and throws right handed.[7][8]

During his 2010 college season he was a first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection.[9] He finished his college career with a 21-7 record.

During his first professional season in the Mets minor league system, he spent his time between the St. Lucie Mets and the Binghamton Mets. While with St. Lucie, he went 8–2 and when called up to Binghamton he went 0-2. He was in the 2011 MLB futures game.[10]

Matt's parents are Edward and Jackie Harvey; he also has two older sisters Jocelyn and Jessica. His father Edward played baseball and football for the University of Connecticut, where he reached the 1972 College World Series.[citation needed]

Bradley Holt

Bradley Holt

Holt pitching for the Binghamton Mets, Double-A affiliate of the New York Mets, in 2010.
New York Mets — No. --
Starting pitcher
Born: October 13, 1986 (1986-10-13) (age 25)
Albemarle, North Carolina
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Bradley David Holt[11] (born October 13, 1986 in Albemarle, North Carolina) is a Minor league baseball starting pitcher with the New York Mets organization.

Early years

Holt was born on October 13, 1986 in Albemarle, North Carolina to John and Wanda Holt.[11] He attended Albemarle High School and during his time there was named 1A All-State, four time All-Yadkin Valley, All-County selection and was named Louisville Slugger Second Team All-American.[11]

College career

Holt attended the University of North Carolina Wilmington. At NC-Wilmington, Holt was named All-CAA in the CAA Tournament in 2006, and was named CAA Pitcher of the Week in 2007.[11]

In 2006, Holt held VCU to two runs in 8.2 innings of work.[11] He went 3-3 and added wins against Duke and La Salle.[11]

Holt started 15 games and went 5-5 in 2007 for the Seahawks with wins against Hofstra, George Mason and Texas Christian.[11] Against Hofstra he struck out a career high seven and allowed only two hits in a shutout.[11] He set a career high 53 strikeouts and 76.1 innings pitched in 2007.[11]

Professional career

Holt was drafted by the New York Mets in the first round with the 33rd overall pick in the 2008 Major League Baseball draft.[12] He is considered a steal due to his great performance since joining the Mets farm system.[13]

Baseball America has named him as the fourth best prospect in the Mets organization.[14]

In 2009, Holt began the season with the St. Lucie Mets. After going 3-1 with a 3.57 ERA,[15] he was promoted to the AA Eastern League Binghamton Mets.

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Scott Moviel

Scott Moviel

New York Mets — No. --
Born: May 7, 1988 (1988-05-07) (age 23)
Lakewood, Ohio
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Scott Moviel (born May 7, 1988 in Lakewood, Ohio) is a right-handed pitching prospect for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball.


Scott Moviel was born in Cleveland, Ohio on May 7, 1988. He was raised in Berea, Ohio. Moviel has three older brothers, all of whom have connections to the sports world. His brothers Greg and Paul Moviel are both pitchers who have pitched in other major league organization’s farm systems; Greg with the Seattle Mariners and Paul with the Tampa Bay Rays and Chicago White Sox. Another brother, Dan, was a starting left tackle at Youngstown State during Jim Tressel’s tenure.

Moviel attended St. Edward High School (Lakewood, Ohio) where he played both basketball and baseball, and was recruited in both sports by NCAA Division I colleges, until his senior year when he gave up basketball to focus on baseball. Prior to being selected by the New York Mets with the 77th overall pick in the 2nd round of the 2007 First Year Player draft, which was also the first nationally televised Major League Baseball draft, Moviel planned to attend and pitch for North Carolina State University, as well as attempting to walk on to their basketball team. After being selected, however, he decided to forgo college for the minors.[16]

Scouting report

Moviel is a 6 ft 10 in245 lb right-hander. His pitch repertoire includes a fastball, which he throws in the low 90s, a sinker, which also sits in the low 90s, a change-up that sits in the high 70s and low 80s, and a curve ball that sits in the high 70s. Because of his size, Moviel has trouble repeating his delivery and maintaining his mechanics, which can cause control issues. Moviel is considered a project prospect with high upside, because of his size and arm strength which could possibly allow great improvement in the velocity on his pitches, if a team can get him to pull everything together.[17]

Minor leagues

One June 10, 2007, 13 days after being drafted, Moviel agreed to a contract with a $414,000 signing bonus. He arrived in St. Lucie with fellow early round Mets pitching picks Eddie Kunz (42nd overall pick) and Nathan Vineyard (47th overall pick). Kunz, who is 6' 6" himself, described "feeling tiny" as though he had arrived in a "land of giants".[16] Moviel made his minor league debut with the Mets rookie level Gulf Coast League affiliate, the GCL Mets, on June 21 against the GCL Nationals. He pitched one inning and allowed one run. Between June 26 and July 14, Moviel threw 13 scoreless innings with 12 strikeouts. Only July 14, 2007 Moviel pitched 3 innings, striking out 3 batters, as one of 8 pitchers who contributed to the GCL Mets no hitting the GCL Cardinals.[18] Moviel spent his entire 2007 season with the GCL Mets, ending the season with 12 starts a 3.38 ERA with 37 strikeouts, 11 walks, and a 1.40 WHIP in 40 innings pitched and with an 0–2 record.

Moviel began the 2008 season with the Mets Class A-Short Season affiliate, the Savannah Sand Gnats. Prior to the start of the season Baseball America ranked Moviel as the Mets #8 prospect on their post Johan Santana trade Mets top ten. .[19] Moviel began the 2008 season with the Mets Class A-Short Season affiliate, the Savannah Sand Gnats. He began the season poorly, ending April with a 1-4 record, a 9.68 ERA and a 2.00 WHIP in five starts. [20]He rebounded from his poor start however to finish his season with the Sand Gnats with a 9-8 record, a 4.42 ERA and a 1.37 WHIP in 120 innings and 24 starts. Near the end of the season he was moved up to class A+ where he made his last start of his first full professional season with the St. Lucie Mets, where Moviel went 5 innings, allowed no earned runs, struck out 3 batters and gave up one walk.

During the 2008 season the Sand Gnats pitching coach, Sam Hurst, worked with Moviel on improving his mechanics and delivery in order to improve his arm action. Moviel also adapted the grips on his pitches in order to give himself more control over each one. .[21]

In December 2008, Kevin Goldstein of the publication Baseball Prospectus ranked Moviel as a Two Star prospect and the 11th best in the Mets' farm system. Goldstein said Moviel "could be outstanding," but that it would require a lot of "wishcasting," pointing out that, "not all your wishes come true."[22]

Dylan Owen

Dylan Preston Owen is a minor league baseball pitcher currently playing for the Buffalo Bisons in the New York Mets organization.

Attending Francis Marion University Dylan Owen quickly became one of their greatest pitchers in the school's history.[citation needed]

In 2006, His performance as a sophomore in the NCAA Division II College World Series tournament was so excellent he won Tournament MVP honors and All-Regional Honors.

In 2007, as a Junior, he had a phenomenal year in which he compiled a 10-1 record with a 1.14 ERA and set the Career Peach Belt Conference record for Strikeouts in only 3 seasons. He was also selected the NCAA Division II Pitcher of the Year.

Owen was selected by the Mets in the 20th round of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft. as a Junior out of Francis Marion University, after a 10-1 season with a 1.14 ERA and setting the Career Peach Belt Conference record for Strikeouts in only 3 seasons.

In 2007 while playing for the Brooklyn Cyclones he was voted the prestigious short-season Pitcher of the Year award. As well as twice being named MiLB pitcher of the week.[23]

On January 2, 2011, while pitching for Caguas in the Puerto Rican Winter League, Owen threw the first 7 innings of a communal no-hitter, giving up no hits, no runs, striking out three while only walking two.[24] He has played for the Brooklyn Cyclones, St. Lucie Mets, Binghamton Mets and Buffalo Bisons.

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Zack Wheeler

Zachary Harrison "Zack" Wheeler (born May 30, 1990) was the first round pick, sixth overall, of the San Francisco Giants in the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft.[25] Wheeler was drafted out of high school from East Paulding High School of Georgia. He is 6'3". His skill had a lot of hype coming out of high school as a projectable right-hander who can throw a fastball between 93 and 95 mph and a plus curveball. In 2011, Wheeler struck out 98 batters in 88 innings with a 3.99 ERA as a member of the Class A San Jose Giants.[26] On July 28, 2011, the Giants traded Wheeler to the Mets in exchange for Carlos Beltran and currently plays for Port St. Lucie.[27]

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  • 46 Manny Alvarez Injury icon 2.svg*
  • 10 Ricky Brooks
  • 50 Robert Carson
  • 47 Rhiner Cruz
  • 43 Jeurys Familia
  • 49 Matt Harvey
  • 44 Bradley Holt
  • 23 Collin McHugh
  • 45 Roy Merritt
  • 22 Brandon Moore
  • 27 Edgar Ramirez
  • 19 Tobi Stoner
  • 15 Erik Turgeon


  • 38 Jean Luc Blaquiere
  •  9 Kai Gronauer
  • 32 Dusty Ryan



  • 16 Matt Den Dekker
  • 13 Juan Lagares
  • 18 Brahiam Maldonado
  • 11 Jonathan Malo
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Class A-Advanced

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  • 23 Kyle Allen
  • 51 Eric Beaulac
  • 12 Nicholas Carr Injury icon 2.svg
  • 29 John Church Injury icon 2.svg
  • 40 Josh Edgin
  • -- Jim Fuller Injury icon 2.svg
  • 20 Darin Gorski
  • 30 Jeffrey Kaplan
  • 32 Estarlin Morel
  • 34 Scott Moviel
  • 35 Eric Niesen
  • 39 Gregory Peavey
  • 47 Michael Powers
  • 38 Armando Rodríguez *
  • -- Adrian Rosario
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  • 45 Zack Wheeler


  •  7 Juan Centeno
  • 27 Dock Doyle
  • 11 Francisco Peña


  •  9 Matt Bouchard Injury icon 2.svg
  • 17 Jose Coronado
  •  4 Wilmer Flores
  • 10 Jefry Marte
  • 25 Travis Ozga
  •  2 Rylan Sandoval
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  • 22 Stefan Welch


  •  3 Gilbert Gomez
  • 21 Cesar Puello Injury icon 2.svg
  • 18 Cory Vaughn
  • 26 Pedro Zapata


  • 16 Pedro Lopez


  •  5 Joel Fuentes (coach)
  • 48 George Greer (hitting)
  • 33 Phil Regan (pitching)

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Class A

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  • 40 Yohan Almonte
  •  6 Hamilton Bennett
  • 18 Angel Cuan
  • 36 Ryan Fraser
  • 35 Gonzalez Germen
  • 38 Erik Goeddel Injury icon 2.svg
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  • 36 Chase Huchingson
  • 12 Adam Kolarek
  • 19 Guillaume Leduc
  • 29 Ronny Morla
  • 31 Luis Rojas
  • 17 Taylor Whitenton
  • 25 Gabriel Zavala


  • 22 Albert Cordero
  • 11 Blake Forsythe
  • 37 Juan Torres


  • 21 Jet Butler
  • 14 Sam Honeck
  •  7 Luis Nieves
  • 31 Aderlin Rodriguez
  •  2 Wilfredo Tovar


  • 23 Joe Bonfe
  • 10 Darrell Ceciliani
  •  8 Rafael Fernandez
  • 16 Alonzo Harris
  •  6 Miguel Tejada


  •  9 Ryan Ellis


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  • 34 Eduardo Aldama
  • 22 Bret Mitchell
  • 21 Marcos Camarena
  • 44 Hunter Carnavale
  • 11 T.J. Chism
  • -- Randy Fontanez
  • 19 Jeremy Gould
  • -- Casey Hauptman
  •  5 Chris Hilliard
  • -- John Leathersich
  • -- Cory Mazzoni
  • 40 Tyson Seng
  • 47 Orlando Tovar
  • 33 Carlos Vazquez
  • 23 Jeffrey Walters
  • -- Todd Weldon
  • 43 Steve Winnick


  • -- Xorge Carrillo
  • 20 Amauris Valdez
  • 17 Nelfi Zapata


  •  3 Brandon Brown
  • -- Cole Frenzel
  •  9 Bryan Harrison
  • -- Richard Lucas
  • 15 Daniel Muno
  • 22 Ismael Tijerina


  • 26 Jonathan Clark
  •  1 Chase Greene
  •  8 Javier Rodriguez
  • 24 Travis Taijeron
  • 23 Charles Thurber



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  • 44 Peter Birdwell
  • 29 Chasen Bradford
  • 52 Miller Diaz
  • 11 Dustin Emmons
  • 47 Dawrin Frias
  • 17 Jacob Lugo
  • 22 Brett Mitchell
  • 23 Akeel Morris
  • 35 Mark Picca
  • 43 Hansel Robles
  • 28 Chad Sheppard
  • 45 Domingo Tapia
  • 51 Juan Urbina
  •  9 Brian Valenzuela
  • 32 Jared West
  • 16 Ernesto Yanez


  • 18 Tyler Carpenter
  •  4 Jeffrey Glenn
  •  7 Camden Maron
  • 21 Nestor Moreno


  •  1 Yucarybert De La Cruz
  • 31 Carlos Leyva
  • 12 T. J. Rivera
  • 24 Alexander Sanchez
  • 39 Tant Shepherd
  • 34 Luke Stewart
  •  3 Chad Zurcher


  • 10 Dylan Brown
  • 25 Julio Concepcion
  • 20 Dustin Lawley
  • 27 Gregory Pron
  • 15 Tillman Pugh



  • 30 Jonathan Hurst (pitching)
  •  5 Luis Rivera (coach)

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  • 49 Martires Arias
  • 43 Alberto Baldonado
  • 47 Shane Bay
  • 35 Matthew Budgell
  • 39 Luis Cessa
  • 16 Jacob DeGrom Injury icon 2.svg
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  • 38 Erik Goeddel #
  • 18 Carlos Gomez
  •  3 Robert Gsellman
  • 36 Julian Hilario
  • 40 Rainy Lara
  • 23 Steven Matz Injury icon 2.svg
  •  7 Kenneth McDowall
  • 45 Roy Merritt
  • 54 Craig Missigman
  • 31 Rafael Montero
  • 44 Adam O'Neill Injury icon 2.svg
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  • 52 Tyler Pill
  • 55 Richard Ruff
  • 28 Edioglis Villasmil
  • 46 Beck Wheeler
  • 29 Gabriel Ynoa


  •  2 Hector Alvarez
  • 56 Tyler Carpenter
  • 25 Jeyckol De Leon
  •  4 Edward Rohan


  •  1 Sneider Batista
  • -- Josh Dunn Injury icon 2.svg
  •   Juan Carlos Gamboa
  • 12 Dimas Ponce
  • 27 Jorge Rivero
  • 26 Randoll Santana
  • 11 Donnie Tabb


  • 20 Thomas De Wolf
  • 17 Gilbert Gomez
  • 13 Ryan Hutson
  • 32 Ariel Mercedes
  • 15 Eudy Pina
  • 13 Breiner Soto
  • 34 Joe Tuschak


  • 19 Luis Rojas


  • 51 Mark Brewer (pitching)
  • 24 Yunir Garcia (hitting)

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