The Mets Class A club the Savannah Sand Gnats finished 2009 with a 65-72 record but under the guidance of Gnats pitching coach Marc Valdes finished 1st in the S.A.L. in Team ERA with a 3.23 ERA. Arms like Rhiner Cruz, Jeurys Familia, Eric Beaulac, Robert Carson, and Kyle Allen started to make a name for themselves as pitchers to keep an eye on for the future.Now this season early indications are that Pitching Coach Valdes and the Gnats look to continue to impress with a new stable of arms. The Gnats going into today lead the S.A.L. in ERA 2.11 ERA (19 ER/82 IP) and WHIP 0.94. They have the 2nd fewest hits allowed with 56 and are tied for 2nd fewest walks allowed 20 this according to OurSportsCentral.com.Some of the arms responsible for this early success are Mark Cohoon, Darin Gorski, Brandon Moore, Armando Rodriguez, and James Fuller.Fuller in particular is an arm that is of   interest. Drafted by the Mets in the 21st round of the 2008 MLB Draft. He is part of a Mets draft class that included Ike Davis,   Brad Holt, and Kirk Nieuwenhuis. Heading into today he was currently 4th in the S.A.L. with a 0.64/ERA, 3rd in the S.A.L. with a 0.57/WHIP, and 3rd in the S.A.L. with 15/SO.Mike Newman of ScoutingTheSally.com had this to say after watching Fuller pitch. "At 22-years old and measuring in at 5′10″, 180 lbs., I assumed Fuller was just another crafty lefty after his first start where he sat at 86-88 MPH with some ability to locate his secondary offerings.   However, in his second start, I clocked multiple 90-91 MPH readings which left me scratching my head.   Add to this increased command of both his secondary offerings and Fuller suddenly becomes interesting."With arms like Fuller the Mets fortunes are interesting indeed.