Toby Hyde looked at Mets prospects who improved their stock in April. Also, remember, IT IS STILL EARLY.
Jacob deGrom is succeeding in AAA because he’s inducing more ground balls. He talked to Robert Brender about that and more.
It’s rare for productive MLB careers to begin at age 26 or 27, but Alan Dykstra is thankful for his second chance with the Mets and improving in Triple-A.
Brandon Nimmo began the week leading all of Minor League baseball in on-base percentage. He still is as part of a .380/.507/.500 line through Saturday.