Draft & Follow Season Wrap Rounds 11-20
- 11th round - Sam Honeck: the college 1B spent the season in Brooklyn and finished with a .250/.339/.305 line in 236 at bats. The lefty hitter fared best versus RH pitchers with a line of .281/.368/.357. He tailed off after the NYPL All-Star break, hitting just .176 after that. Honeck led the Cyclones in total at bats, and was 1 of 6 Cyclones in the NYPL All-Star game.
- 12th round - James Ewing: the college 2B spent the season with Brooklyn but did not play much, seeing all his action from July 1 - July 5. He had 2 hits, both doubles, in 14 at bats for a .143 batting average.
- 13th round - Zachary Dotson: the HS LHP signed on deadline day, was assigned to the GCL but did not see game action.
- 14th round - Ronald Harris: the college CF had a fine season with Kingsport and earned a late promotion to Brooklyn. In Kingsport Harris had a .293/.383/.418 line in 184 at bats. He stole 13 bases in 18 attempts. In 4 games with Brooklyn he has 3 hits including 1 double in 11 at bats for a .273 average.
- 16th round - Chase Greene: the HS CF got into 22 games for the GCL Mets, posting a line of .286/.361/.397 in 63 at bats. He finished strong with a .333/.385/.458 line in 48 August at bats.
- 17th round - Alex Gregory: the OF from perennial powerhouse Radford University spent the season with Brooklyn and put up a .278/.349/.417 line in 144 at bats. Gregory spent some time at 1B as well as in the OF and flanked a poor month of July with fine performances in June and August with monthly OPS numbers of .840 and .892 surrounding his July OPS of .624.
- 18th round - Cody Holliday: the college OF did not have a good season when healthy, and finished the year on the disabled list. His line for the GCL Mets was .175/.327/.275 in 4o at bats.
- 19th round - Nelfi Zapata: the HS C was a favorite of mine due to his name, his stature (6' 0", 203) and his power hitting exploits as a high schooler. Zapata appeared in 35 games for the GCL Mets, and finished with a line of .261/.341/.370 in 119 at bats, hitting just 1 home run. He started off on fire, hitting .533 in June, but cooled to .246 in July and froze at .186 in August. He did not fare well on the road but in home games had a line of .309/.409/.455. With 4 catchers on the roster manager Julio Franco used Zapata as his primary catcher.
- 20th round - Joseph August: the college OF started his career in Brooklyn but after playing 3 games was moved to the full-season class A Savannah Sand Gnats and wound up with the 6th most at bats of 7 OF on the roster despite joining the team 2 1/2 months after it's season started. With the season winding down in Savannah he currently has a line of .210/.270/.290 in 124 at bats. The lefty hitter is batting a mere .196 against RH pitchers.