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St. Lucie Mets - FSL All-Star Game (

St. Lucie Mets – FSL All-Star Game (

The Mets have many systems in which the future is waiting to thrive in. One of their low-level systems already have talent that impress. Five players from the St. Lucie Mets have been selected to represent the club on the Florida State League South Division All-Star Team. 

Third baseman Jhoan Urena, first baseman Patrick Mazeika, outfielder Wuilmer Becerra, outfielder Jeff Diehl and relief pitcher Tyler Bashlor all got the call to showcase their skills. 

Becerra will be making the FSL All-Star Game for the second straight year. If Becerra sounds a little familiar, you are not going crazy. The 22-year old was a piece the Mets received from the Blue Jays in exchange for R.A. Dickey. The other two? Travis d’Arnaud and Noah Syndergaard. The Venezuelan is batting .265 with seven doubles, three home runs and 23 RBI’s while spending time in the outfield and as a DH. 

Urena and Mazeika are two dominant members of the St. Lucie Mets. They both rank in the top ten of several offensive categories in the FSL. The 22-year old Urena is hitting .325 with 17 doubles and 62 hits in 53 games. Mazeika, 23, is batting .314 through 53 games, with a team-leading 35 RBI’s. 

The 24-year old Tyler Bashlor has impressed the league the most with his strikeout ability. He has 35 strikeouts in 19 innings. The Georgia native owns a 1-0 record, a 2.84 ERA and has five saves in five chances. 

The final addition to the All-Star Team has had a rough start to the season. The 23-year old Diehl has been dealing with a back injury since May 14th. Before that, he was a spark the team needed. As a hitter, Diehl has a .280 average while also blasting three home runs. He also makes a few appearances on the mound.

The 56th FSL All Star Game will be played Saturday, June 17 at Joker Marchant Stadium in Lakeland, Florida.

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