Jeurys Familia, RHP, Mets (Double-A Binghamton)Few pitchers in baseball have done more for their stock this year than Familia, who entered the year as a big arm with plenty to figure out, and is suddenly among the best pitching prospects in the system. ... last year despite mid-90s heat, many projected Familia as a reliever, but that's no longer the case, ... His stuff hasn't taken a step forward (not that it needed to), but his control has improved by leaps and bounds; after walking 74 over 121 innings last year, he's handed out just 11 complementary pizzas in 50 1/3. This season is critical in terms of defining his future role; six weeks in, he not only looks like a sure-fire starter, but an above-average one at that.
Your top three Mets pitching prospects are clearly Matt Harvey, Jenrry Mejia and Jeurys Familia. How you rank them is up to you. Coming into the year, I had them at Mejia, Harvey and Familia. Now?