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Mets' promising Francisco Alvarez promoted to Triple A

Francisco Alvarez is one step away from the Queens.

On Saturday, top prospects were informed that they would be promoted from Double A Binghamton to Triple A Syracuse.Post Joel Sherman reported.

The blockbuster catcher Alvarez broke the double A pitching in 67 games and pitched .921 OPS with 18 home runs. Alvarez may report to Syracuse on Monday.

This promotion puts the 20-year-old Phenom at the tip of the major, increasing the chances of going to the major before legally drinking. That's not yet certain — and the catcher demands so much that the call to Mets probably stems from the need at DH — but the possibilities are greater than they are now.

Mets needs to decide whether to add another legitimate batter about a month before the closing date. If you deal with the Syracuse competition in the same way you deal with the pitcher in Double A, it could be Alvarez.

Francisco Alvarez runs a drill during spring training.
Cory Sipkin

"Vladdy, Acuña, Tatis Jr. — They Alvarez last month, I told Post Greg Joyce about Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Ronald Acuña Jr. and Fernando Tatis Jr. who made their MLB debut at the age of 20.

"So I I want people to treat me as a man. That's my feeling. "

Back Showwalter came to Mets with the reputation of having a player's back. On Saturday, the manager confirmed the concept. Before the team lost to the Rangers 7-3 on Saturday

, Show Alter communicated his desire to see the players properly represented in this month's All-Star Game.

"I want to support the feelings of the players," said Show Alter. "We have multiple people, four or five. Today, I thought [you] could make a really strong claim."

Second baseman Jeff McNeil shows He leads the list of Alters. The 30-year-old had a solid comeback season before he suffered a hamstring injury in June.

"[McNeil] is a man who knows he should be on the All-Star team," Shaw Alter said. "He leads second baseman in every aspect of on-base percentage, batting average, multi-hit games, etc. He continues to name."

McNeil batting average .319, on-base percentage .378, on Saturday The 23 multi-hit games that came in led all of the national league's second basemen. With his .451 slugging percentage, .829 OPS and 75 hits, he was in the top five of the second baseman majors.

McNeil, who played 0 to 1 in the form of a pinch hitter on Saturday's defeat, was not voted as a starter. However, Show Alter still wants him to be nominated for the team.

"They work very hard to be as fair as possible, get the most suitable people there, and have a variety of ways to properly represent the game." Said Showalter. "Hopefully it will be fixed and he will go where he deserves."

McNeil wasn't the only Mets player to be praised by Show Alter. After posting 0.93 ERA, Skipper was confidently aware of the closer Edwin Diaz nominated for the June NL Reliever.

"Edwin just wants to win," said Shaw Alter. "He has come to understand who he is and what he must do to succeed. He also understands how ephemeral it is.

David Peterson left the Mets at 12:15 pm. Take care of his wife Alex, who is expected to give birth to his son at any time by plane to Denver. His left-handed departure wasshortly after a strong start with the Rangers on Friday,on Friday, and a career record of 10 strikeouts in 6 innings.

Peterson is not yet officially on his father's list. Mets monitors his situation to see if he needs up to 72 hours.

"He will come back when he thinks it is appropriate to come back. That is the decision of him and his wife," said Shawalter. "We want good things for him and his family. I got him some father's advice."

Trevor May said May 3rd. He threw 10 pitches from the mound for the first time on Saturday since he was closed due to inflammation of his right triceps on the day.

In May, we achieved 7 victories in 2021 and 3.59 ERA, which exceeds 68 rescue appearances. The terrifying statistics claimed by Show Alter are often overlooked.

"We sometimes underestimate how much we missed Trevor May at this year's club."

Mets partnered with the Make A Wish Foundation to jet " Signed a Major League Baseball contract in honor of "Macho" Diaz. Originally from New Windsor, New York, Diaz sat between Show Alter and general manager Billy Eppler to sign the deal. He later threw one of the first pitches in the game, wearing Mets' full jersey.