2B,3B,SS - NYM
Ronny Mauricio had a solid performance in Tuesday's game against the Diamondbacks, going 1-for-4 with a home run and two RBI.
The 22-year-old shortstop continues to show promise at the plate, maintaining a .306 batting average through 10 games this season. Mauricio's ability to drive in runs and contribute with power makes him an intriguing fantasy option moving forward. While his sample size is still small, his consistent contact and ability to make an impact in multiple categories make him a player to watch in deeper leagues.
Ronny Mauricio is expected to be called up on Friday.
Mauricio looks to finally get his chance at the big leagues once rosters expand on September 1st. This year, he has had a productive season in the minors, hitting .292 with an .852 OPS. While he won't be playing much shortstop with the Mets, he should get plenty of opportunities in the lineup for the rest of the 2023 season.
Mets top prospect SS Ronny Mauricio has been promoted to Double-A Binghamton.
Mauricio hit just .242 in 100 games at High-A Brooklyn, but he totaled 19 homers and nine stolen bases. The 20-year-old is universally considered a top 100 prospect in baseball.
Mets prospect SS Ronny Mauricio stayed hot for High-A Brooklyn on Sunday, going 3-for-5 with a three-run homer.
The long ball was his fourth of the season. The young shortstop is now hitting .341/.386/.732 through nine games. His value appears to be on the rise in dynasty leagues.
Mets top prospect, Ronny Mauricio, made his spring debut on Sunday in the game against the Astros.
Mauricio came on as the DH in the eighth inning and promptly singled, going 1-for-1 in his debut. He'll turn just 19 this year, and with Amed Rosario as well as Andres Gimenez in the fold, we likely won't see him in Flushing in 2020, but the switch-hitter's future remains bright.