- Peterson was the Mets top pick in the 2017 draft coming out of the University of Oregon. This outing marked a career-high in strikeouts. The 6’6″ 240 lb right-hander is getting his first stint at full season after only making three one inning starts at short-season Brooklyn in 2017. Peterson was one of the UTRMinors.com Top Prospect National League Pitchers for May 2018.
- The lefty Logue is handling his promotion to Dunedin, thus far. He was a 9th round pick in 2017 and quickly has found his way into the advanced levels, with only 12 appearances in the rookie leagues during his debut season.
DSL RHP Ludwin Jimenez (DSL Cardinals – St Louis) 16 years old 4 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 7 K, 1.00 ERA
- Already his second mention
- Reyes burst onto the UTR radar during his 2015 DSL season where he qualified as UTR Organizational All-Star, coming-in at #3 as a 19 year-old. He easily was listed on my International Watch list the following season, but failed to repeat due to limited innings in the GCL. 2017 saw a move into the bullpen at short-season Lowell (NY-Penn) and though he posted outstanding numbers, his radar signaled waned. In his first full season, Reyes is still producing excellent peripherals. He had a dominate month of May, where he was a Two-Start Treasure from May 22-28 and the Top UTR “Minors” American League Pitcher for the Month.
Top Relief Pitcher Performance LHP Kyle Dohy (LoA Lakewood – Philadelphia) 21 years old 2.1 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 4 K, 0.88 ERA, Save (7)
RADAR BLIP RHP Alfred Gutierrez (HiA Lakeland – Detroit) 23 years old 5 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, 2.04 ERA