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7 Mets named to Baseball America’s updated Top 100 Prospects list

Baseball America updated their Top 100 Prospects list on Monday, and the Mets are well-represented, with seven players making the cut.

To be eligible for the Top 100, Baseball America notes, a prospect must not have exceeded 130 MLB at-bats, 50 innings pitched, or 30 pitching appearances.

The seven Mets on the list are:

Alvarez (62 career MLB at-bats), Baty (94 at-bats), and Senga (32.0 MLB innings pitched) are all currently on the big league roster and will graduate off this list in the coming months, barring something unforeseen. Alvarez and Baty both started the season at Triple-A, but have become regulars in the big league lineup, with Baty taking over the starting third base job and Alvarez getting the majority of the playing time behind the plate.

Senga is the oldest player on this list at 30, but he still qualifies because of his small sample size of big league innings, despite his illustrious pro career in Japan.

Mauricio is probably the most intriguing player on this list right now. He continues to rake for Triple-A Syracuse, slashing .333/.370/.581 with six homers and 19 RBI on the season. And with his recent move to second base, it’s fair to wonder when the Mets might make the call to have the 22-year-old called up to the show.

Parada, Ramirez, and Williams are still a ways away from the big leagues, but they’ve gotten off to nice starts this year with their respective clubs.

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