Here is a look at how some of the team’s top players are faring in Winter Ball.

With the Winter Meetings over, I thought it would be a good chance to check in on some Mets players in Winter Leagues and check in on their prospects. Much like Spring Training stats, these should be taken with a grain of salt. Still, it is always better to see guys perform well, regardless of the sample size.

You can see the full report of how organization players are doing by clicking here. I am simply pulling out the most interesting players and the most important numbers.

League

At-Bats

AVG

OBP

SLG

R. Cancel

Puerto Rico

57

.281

.349

.474

N. Evans

Puerto Rico

32

.094

.237

.156

F. Martinez

Dominican

128

.313

.378

.531

D. Murphy

Arizona

63

.397

.487

.619

F. Tatis

Dominican

139

.345

.409

.504

J. Thole

Arizona

69

.319

.400

.420

G. Veloz

Hawaii

87

.207

.281

.230

And here are some pitchers

League

IP

ERA

SO

BB

N. Figueroa

Dominican

26

2.42

19

6

D. Gee

Puerto Rico

39.2

2.72

37

11

E. Kunz

Arizona

14

10.93

14

10

B. Parnell

Arizona

20

2.25

20

9

T. Stoner

AFL/PR

21.2

3.74

17

7

There is a lot of good news here. Obviously, it was nice to see Daniel Murphy continue to hit in Arizona. Fernando Martinez healthy and hitting is always a welcome sight. And could Fernando Tatis really be ready to contribute more of the same in 2009? Meanwhile, it may be okay to start getting excited about Dillon Gee. Finally, Bobby Parnell could make an impact in New York this year, too.

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