Amed Rosario New York Mets

Age: 23 (November 20, 1995) | 6' 2" | 189lbs. | Bats: Right SS-146 PH-8
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
NYM A+ 2015 103 385 41 99 23 73 20 5 0 25 12 4 .257 .307 .335 6 18 .316 n/a
NYM AA 2015 2 10 1 1 0 5 0 0 0 1 1 0 .100 .100 .100 0 50 .200 n/a
NYM A+ 2016 66 265 27 82 21 36 10 8 3 40 13 6 .309 .359 .442 7 12 .345 n/a
NYM AA 2016 54 214 38 73 19 51 14 5 2 31 6 2 .341 .392 .481 8 22 .433 n/a
NYM AAA 2017 94 393 66 129 23 67 19 7 7 58 19 6 .328 .367 .466 5 16 .377 n/a
NYM NL 2017 46 165 16 41 3 49 4 4 4 10 7 3 .248 .271 .394 2 29 .330 51/20/29 5 4
NYM NL 2018 154 554 76 142 29 119 26 8 9 51 24 11 .256 .295 .381 5 20 .310 50/21/30 21 20
NYM NL 2019 70 274 28 67 16 68 12 4 8 37 8 2 .245 .285 .405 5 23 .296 46/22/31 10 9
Career 3yrs 270 993 120 250 48 236 42 16 21 98 39 16 .252 .289 .390 5 23 .309 n/a
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Poor footwork by Rosario, missing second base on the force and not even trying to get the runner at first, results in two on and no outs instead of none on and two outs in Yankee Stadium this afternoon. No error.

I wonder how much weight the advanced fielding metrics give to such an egregiously bad play that is not seen in the boxscore? (This one led to just one run, on a bloop hit. Wheeler essentially bailed Rosario out.)

Alex Patton Alex

Hanley Ramirez and Ketel Marte are comps?

Consistency is the hobgoblin of human minds. Aaron Gleeman doesn't have any problem with that.

Amed Rosario, New York Mets

Top Three Same-Age Comps: Orlando Arcia, Hanley Ramirez, Ketel Marte

PECOTA assigns Rosario the highest “breakout” rate (29 percent) of any hitter expected to be a regular this season, believing the 23-year-old former top-10 global prospect still has big-time upside. He had an uneven first full season with the Mets, rating below average at the plate and in the field among shortstops, but even relatively holding his own was somewhat impressive at 22. Rosario ranked among the 10 fastest runners in baseball and showed improved strike-zone control in August and September, which were his two best months. PECOTA sees him taking a small step up this season, but also recognizes the potential for 20-homer power and 30-steal speed if his development goes well.

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Alex Patton Alex
Feb 26
Fangraphs:   WAR 1.5   Bat -11   Field -5    Run 5   HR/FB 7%    Pull 35%    Hard 28%
Alex Patton Alex
Dec 16 '18