Ryan Clifford & Jonah Tong

The Mets' High-A affiliate was a fixture of my in-season coverage from when I started at BaseballHQ in 2015 until 2021. At that time, MLB reorganized the minor leagues, and the Mets' High-A affiliate moved from Columbia, SC to Brooklyn, NY, yet stayed in the same league, the South Atlantic League. Brooklyn did not trip down to Rome at any point over the past three seasons, but did finally make the trek this year, with an interesting group of prospects in tow. Let’s check out two of the most name-worthy prospects in the Mets organization.

Ryan Clifford (1B/OF, NYM) – Last season, prior to his trade to the Mets from the Astros, I wrote up Clifford for the website. I had a very bad look at him during a weeklong series in Rome, where he...

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