Mets Triple-A C prospect Kevin Plawecki has a minor case of vertigo, assistant GM John Ricco told reporters on Tuesday.
Plawecki will get some time off from Triple-A Las Vegas as he recovers.
He recently represented the Mets during MLB’s Futures Game, during which he drove in the game’s first run with an RBI force out in the third inning…
In late June, he was promoted to Triple-A, where he’s hitting .234 with a .321 OBP in 15 games.
“Obviously it’s in the back of my mind,” Plawecki told MetsBlog’s Robert Brender, in regards to being a step from the big leagues. That said, he added, “I’ve still got some adjustments to make and still have a lot to learn.”
According to Plawecki, if he continues to work hard and stays focused and positive the results will take care of themselves.
In this edition of the MetsBlog Q&ACast, presented by Verizon, SNY.TV’s Robert Brender talked in depth with Plawecki about adjusting to Triple-A, playing in the Vegas heat, and working with pitcher Noah Syndergaard…