Mets to call up hard-hitting prospect Ronny Mauricio, per report

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The New York Mets have actually called infield possibility Ronny Mauricio as active lineups broaden to 28 gamers, the group revealed Friday. He’s in the lineup, playing 2nd base and batting ninth, versus the Mariners.

Mauricio, 22, has actually taken pleasure in a standout season so far in 2023 for Triple-A Syracuse. In 115 video games for the Mets’ leading farm club, he’s slashed .295/.349/.511 with 23 crowning achievement, 30 doubles, and 24 taken bases. While he’s invested the big bulk of his time in the middle infield, this season he’s likewise seen protective innings in left field. For his profession, he owns a slash line of .269/.312/.444 throughout parts of 5 MLB seasons. Coming into the 2022 season, Mauricio was an agreement top-100 general possibility. 

Our own R.J. Anderson just recently highlighted Mauricio as a possible September call-up. Here’s what he composed: 

“Mauricio is a switch hitter who can impact the baseball, albeit often at single-digit launch angles. He has an incredibly aggressive approach as a right-hander, and he’s probably more of a second baseman/left fielder in The Show. That’s fine. Have you seen some of the lineups the Mets have trotted out there since the deadline? There’s no argument against bringing up Mauricio and letting him audition over the coming weeks for a spot on next year’s team.”

Indeed, the Mets, at a frustrating 61-73 on the season and far back in the NL wild-card race, have little factor not to structure their lineup in such a way that provides insight into 2024 and beyond. That’s what they’ll make with Mauricio, whose power capacity will make him one to supervise the last month of the routine season. 

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