Category: Pitchers

Profile: LHP Seth Davis

A Senior Sign from 2015 who was drafted in the 29th round out of a small school in Illinois. This little lefty has been pretty effective in the lower levels of the minors as a reliever, and will likely stay as a reliever. He has been climbing step by step through the levels, and if he continues, may be an effective relief option moving forward.

(Picture from Augustana College Twitter)

LHP Seth Davis (College Stats)

L/L, 5’9″ 200 lbs, 5/8/1993 (23), Drafted in the 29th Round of the 2015 draft out of  Augustana College

Year Age AgeDif Tm Lev ERA G GS GF SV IP H R ER HR BB SO HBP WHIP
2015 22 1.4 Kingsport Rk 2.79 11 0 6 1 19.1 20 6 6 1 3 22 2 1.190
2016 23 1.1 Columbia A 2.31 36 1 11 1 70.0 60 22 18 4 28 64 10 1.257

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Prospect Profile: RH Reliever Paul Sewald

(MILB.com)

It wouldn’t be winter without concerns surrounding the prospective Mets bullpen. Although bullpens are fluid by nature, finding the right mix of players filling the right roles is yeoman’s work in today’s game. Just look around the league and observe teams handing out record contracts to one inning workers and paying king’s ransoms for these guys to batten down the hatches in-season. Quite honestly, it feels like a losing strategy—overextending finances or parting with prized prospects for guys who are both failed starters and mercurial from year to year.

Losing strategy or not, however, winning teams now prioritize bullpen construction. Although the Mets had a successful pen in 2016, with the likely departures of Jerry Blevins and Fernando Salas, and the imminent suspension of Jeurys Familia, fans are uneasy about the current bullpen outlook.  Reading the offseason tea leaves, we can pretty confidently say the Mets intend to address any bullpen concerns primarily from within, and thus Paul Sewald has a golden opportunity to break into the Majors in a big way.

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Prospect Profile: RHP Marcos Molina

A top right hander that burst onto the scene in 2014, but underwent Tommy John Surgery at the end of 2015. He missed the entire 2016 but made a comeback in the Arizona Fall League.

RHP Marcos Molina

R/R, 6’3″ 200 LBS, 3/8/1995 (21), Signed IFA January, 2012 for $100,000

Year Age AgeDif Tm Lev W L ERA G GS IP H ER HR BB SO WHIP
2012 17 -1.9 2 Teams FRk 5 2 3.58 14 13 55.1 48 22 0 14 40 1.120
2012 17 -1.9 Mets 1 FRk 2 2 3.78 9 8 33.1 32 14 0 8 19 1.200
2012 17 -1.9 Mets 2 FRk 3 0 3.27 5 5 22.0 16 8 0 6 21 1.000
2013 18 -2.6 Mets Rk 4 3 4.39 11 6 53.1 56 26 3 14 43 1.312
2014 19 -2.4 Brooklyn A- 7 3 1.78 12 12 76.0 46 15 2 18 91 0.842
2015 20 -2.7 2 Teams A+-Rk 1 5 4.26 9 8 44.1 49 21 1 11 39 1.353
2015 20 -0.4 Mets Rk 0 0 0.00 1 1 3.0 0 0 0 0 3 0.000
2015 20 -2.9 St. Lucie A+ 1 5 4.57 8 7 41.1 49 21 1 11 36 1.452
All Levels (4 Seasons) 17 13 3.30 46 39 229.0 199 84 6 57 213 1.118

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