The New York Mets Payroll 2014, Organizational Charts, Prospects, Depth Charts, (MLB + MiLB)

Citi Field is one of the newest Ball Parks in the Majors and was the host to the 2013 ALL - Star Game.  It is light years ahead of where Shea Stadium was.  Despite having a great young core of players - including a dynamic young Starting Rotation, the team is 12th in Home Attendance.  A lot of the problems stem from poor ownership over the last few seasons.  The Wilpons are lucky enough to have a plethora of young controllable Infielders and Pitchers, the big need is for the OF going forward.  The club should definitely invest some money in this area for 2014.  Lucas Duda, Kirk Niewenhuis, Eric Young Jr, are simply not starting OF at the present time.  Their best patrolling player beyond the grass this campaign has been Marlon Byrd - and he is a Free Agent in 2014.
Citi Field is one of the newest Ball Parks in the Majors and was the host to the 2013 ALL – Star Game. Despite having a great young core of players – including a dynamic young Starting Rotation, the team is 12th in Home Attendance. A lot of the problems stem from poor ownership over the last several seasons. The Wilpons are lucky enough to have a plethora of young controllable Infielders and Pitchers, the big need is for the OF going forward. The club should definitely invest some money in this area for 2014. Lucas Duda, Kirk Niewenhuis, Eric Young Jr, are simply not starting OF at the present time. Their best patrolling player beyond the grass this campaign has been Marlon Byrd – and he is a Free Agent in 2014.  Juan Lagares, Andrew Brown, Mike Baxter have also seen time out there in 2013.  None of them have had resounding success – that would translate into a playoff contender.  While some of them could improve, spending some $$ on proven OF talent, could be the right elixir to contend even in 2014.

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): and welcome Jeff Kleiner (Salary, Roster and Depth Chart Expert for the MLB) – visit his website  here  

You guys are all in for a treat.  Jeff Kleiner recently contacted me about a partnership merge for the website.  He has developed a site (prosportsrosters.com) that covers all organizational affiliates in the Minors for all of the Major League Baseball Clubs. 

We are going to combine efforts to bring you the best look at salaries, current 25 Man Player Rosters and Depth Charts for all 30 teams. 

Jeff is going to provide the documents in form of spreadsheets and I am going to accompany the posts with deep analysis of what the numbers tell us from my perspective. 

If you can’t wait for all of my assessments for each club, go and visit Jeff’s website over at http://www.prosportsrosters.com.

In Speaking with Jeff, he is one of the more passionate fans I have come across towards the game of baseball.  He spends enough time in updating his MLB Facts for it to be a Full-Time Job. 

So after the usual Video Clip and READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY button, you will find some serious &*!@?!#!

Jeff updates this page below on a daily basis.  After you click on it….Bookmark it.  There is a 3 year salary forecast and stats not listed here on this page.  Jeff updates these pages daily and these changes include any Roster moves!

For a Full 3 year Salary Outlook plus last years Stats for every player in the Mets Organization click here.

The Mets are finally going to have some money to spend in 2014.  The franchise will still be paying out $13 MIL in Dead Money for the campaign, but so far the players signed, plus that total equals $41 MIL.

The organization should be commended for selling high on R.A. Dickey and Carlos – in order to speed up their rebuilding process.  Having a lot of Entry – Level Contracts should help keep the payroll down for several years.

The Starting Pitching looks incredibly solid for years, and Jonathan Niese will be the highest paid chucker in 2014 at $5.25 MIL.

David Wright signed his big extension this season, and will earn $20 MIL next year.

A big hindrance to the club moving towards the .500 mark has been the abysmal year of Ike Davis.

Daniel Murphy will be entering his 1st year of Arbitration Eligibility – and won’t cost the club a fortune, for a viable and professional hitter.

The club is 4th in the NL East for Team Payroll heading into the 2014.  You can see a list of potential FA signings that the Mets might make in the winter here

Payroll In Signed $

w/buyouts
2013 Payroll
$70,000,00
$92.700
2014 Budget $28,000,00       $41, 000, 000
+ $13 MIL in  Buyouts

All of the players in the Organization Minors and Majors:’

Management

CEO Fred Wilpon
GM- Sandy Alderson
MGR- Terry Collins
PCO- Dan Warthen
HCO- Dave Hudgens
1BCO- Tom Goodwin
3BCO- Tim Teufel
BHCO- Bob Geren
BPCO- Ricky Bones
PITCHERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1- Jon Niese ML 5 27 $3,050,000 $5,000,000
SP2- Dillon Gee ML 4 27 $527,375 ARB1
SP3- Matthew Harvey ML 0 24 $498,750 NON-ARB2
SP4- Gonzalez Germen ML 3 26 NON-ARB2
SP5- Carlos Torres ML 7 31 NON-ARB2
SP6- Zack Wheeler ML 1 23 NON-ARB2
SP7- Jeurys Familia ML 3 24 $491,750 NON-ARB2
SP8- Johan Santana ML 5 34 $24,644,708 $25,000,000
SPS- Jenrry Mejia ML 4 24 $494,925 NON-ARB2
RHMR- Scott Atchison ML 9 36 $700,000 ARB2
LHMR-
RHSU- Bobby Parnell ML 5 29 $1,700,000 ARB2
RHSU- LaTroy Hawkins ML 7 40 $1,000,000 FA
RHSU- David Aardsma ML 5 32 FA
LHSU- Pedro Feliciano ML 7 37 FA
LHSU- Scott Rice ML 11 32 $490,000 NON-ARB2
LHSU- Josh Edgin ML 1 27 $493,500 NON-ARB3
CL- Greg Burke ML 5 31 $550,000 NON-ARB3
CL- Frank Francisco ML 9 34 $6,500,000 FA
13 $41,141,008 $30,000,000
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C- John Buck ML 6 34 $6,500,000 FA
1B- Ike Davis ML 2 26 $3,125,000 ARB2
2B- Daniel Murphy ML 4 28 $2,925,000 ARB2
SS- Omar Quintanilla ML 6 32 ARB2
3B- David Wright ML 3 31 $10,192,071 $20,000,000
LF- Lucas Duda ML 4 27 $519,240 ARB1
RF- Marlon Byrd ML 10 36 $700,000 FA
C- Travis d’Arnaud ML 5 24 $500,000 NON-ARB1
1B- Joshua Satin ML 3 29 NON-ARB2
1B- Mike Baxter ML 6 29 $500,318 ARB1
3B- Eric Young Jr. ML 7 28 $492,000 ARB1
3B- Wilmer Flores ML 3 22 SIGNED NON-ARB1
UTL-
UTL- Justin Turner ML 5 29 $504,547 ARB1
OF- Andrew Brown ML 4 28 NON-ARB2
OF- Juan Lagares ML 5 24 NON-ARB2
12 $25,958,176 $40,000,000
AAA Las Vegas 51’s (PCL)
CEO- Jonathan A. Dandes
GM- Michael Buczkowski
MGR- Wally Backman
PCO- Randy St. Claire
HCO- George Greer
PITCHERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1- Chris Schwinden AAA 3 27 SIGNED NON-ARB1
SP2- Jacob DeGrom AAA 1 25 SIGNED NON-ARB1
SP3- D.J. Mitchell AAA 2 26 SIGNED NON-ARB2
SP4- Rafael Montero AAA 0 23 SIGNED NON-ARB1
SP5- Matt Fox AAA 6 31 SIGNED NON-ARB1
SP6- Jeremy Hefner ML 4 27 $500,625 NON-ARB2
SP7- Daryl Thompson AAA 8 28 SIGNED NON-ARB2
SP8- Mitch Talbot AAA 7 30 SIGNED NON-ARB2
SPS-
RHMR- John Church AAA 2 27 SIGNED NON-ARB1
LHMR- Justin Hampson AAA 9 33 SIGNED ARB1
LHMR- Sean Henn AAA 10 32 SIGNED FA
RHSU- Armando Rodriguez AAA 4 25 SIGNED NON-ARB1
LHSU- Jack Leathersich AAA 0 23 SIGNED NON-ARB1
LHSU- Robert Carson ML 4 24 $491,375 NON-ARB2
CL-
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C- Juan Centeno AAA 4 24 SIGNED NON-ARB1
1B- Eric Campbell AAA 3 26 SIGNED NON-ARB1
2B- Wilmer Flores ML 3 22
SS- Ruben Tejada ML 4 24 $514,701 ARB1
3B- Zach Lutz ML 4 27 $490,040 NON-ARB2
LF- Jamie Hoffmann AAA 7 29 SIGNED NON-ARB2
CF- Matt Den Dekker AAA 1 26 SIGNED NON-ARB1
RF- Kirk Nieuwenhuis ML 3 26 $498,124 NON-ARB2
DH-
C- Anthony Recker ML 6 30 $4,090,840 NON-ARB2
C- Kai Gronauer AAA 3 27 SIGNED NON-ARB1
C- Francisco Pena AAA 4 24 SIGNED NON-ARB1
1B-
3B- Russ Adams AAA 8 33 SIGNED NON-ARB3
UTL- Brandon Hicks AAA 4 28 SIGNED NON-ARB2
UTL- Reese Havens AAA 3 27 SIGNED NON-ARB1
UTL- Jordany Valdespin ML 4 26 $496,645 NON-ARB3
OF- Brian Bixler AAA 7 31 SIGNED ARB2
OF-
AA Binghamton Mets (EAS)
CEO- Michael Urda
GM- Jim Weed
MGR- Pedro Lopez
PCO- Glenn Abbott
HCO- Luis Natera
PITCHERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1- Mark Cohoon AA 3 26 SIGNED
SP2- Cory Mazzoni AA 0 24 SIGNED
SP3- Scott Moviel AA 4 25 SIGNED
SP4- Erik Goeddel AA 1 25 SIGNED
SP5- Chase Huchingson AA 1 24 SIGNED
SP6- Logan Verrett AA 0 23 SIGNED
SP7- Tyler Pill AA 0 23 SIGNED
SP8- Giancarlo Alvarado AA 9 35
SP9- Darin Gorski AA 2 26 SIGNED NON-ARB1
SP10- Gregory Peavey AA 0 25 SIGNED NON-ARB1
SP11- Noah Syndergaard AA 1 21 SIGNED
SP12-
SPS- Dylan Owen AA 4 27 SIGNED NON-ARB1
RHMR- Jeffrey Walters AA 1 26 SIGNED
LHMR-
RHSU- Chasen Bradford AA 0 24 SIGNED
RHSU- Ryan Fraser AA 3 25 SIGNED
LHSU- Jim Fuller AA 3 26 SIGNED
CL- Adam Kolarek AA 1 24 SIGNED
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C- Xorge Carrillo AA 2 24 SIGNED
1B- Allan Dykstra AA 3 26 SIGNED
2B- Josh Rodriguez AA 5 29 SIGNED NON-ARB1
SS- Daniel Muno AA 0 24 SIGNED
3B- Richard Lucas AA 4 25 SIGNED
LF- Darrell Ceciliani AA 2 23 SIGNED
CF- Alonzo Harris AA 3 24 SIGNED
RF-
DH-
C- Blake Forsythe AA 1 24 SIGNED
1B- Rhyne Hughes AA 6 30 SIGNED
3B- Michael Fisher AA 4 28 SIGNED
UTL-
UTL- Wilfredo Tovar ML 3 22 SIGNED
OF- Travis Taijeron AA 0 24 SIGNED
OF- Joe Bonfe AA 4 26 SIGNED
OF- Cesar Puello ML 3 22 SIGNED
A+ St. Lucie Mets (FSL)
CEO-
GM- Paul Taglieri
MGR- Ryan Ellis
PCO- Phil Regan
HCO- Benny Distefano
PITCHERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1- Angel Cuan A+ 3 24 SIGNED
SP2- Hansel Robles ML 2 23 SIGNED
SP3- Domingo Tapia A+ 1 22 SIGNED
SP4- Rainy Lara A+ 1 22 SIGNED
SP5- Alex Panteliodis A+ 1 23 SIGNED
SP6- Michael Fulmer A+ 0 20 SIGNED
SP4- Luis Mateo A+ 0 23 SIGNED
SPS- Randy Fontanez A+ 0 24 SIGNED
RHMR- Matthew Bowman A+ 0 22 SIGNED
LHMR- Hamilton Bennett A+ 1 25 SIGNED
RHSU- Bret Mitchell A+ 1 25 SIGNED
RHSU- Cody Satterwhite A+ 1 26 SIGNED
LHSU- Tim Byrdak A+ 12 40 SIGNED FA
CL- T.J. Chism A+ 2 25 SIGNED
CL- Taylor Whitenton A+ 3 25 SIGNED
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C- Camden Maron A+ 2 22 SIGNED
1B-
2B- Robbie Shields A+ 2 26 SIGNED
SS- T.J. Rivera A+ 0 25 SIGNED
3B- Aderlin Rodriguez A+ 2 22 SIGNED
LF- Dustin Lawley A+ 0 24 SIGNED
CF- Gilbert Gomez A+ 2 21 SIGNED
RF- Charles Thurber A+ 0 24 SIGNED
DH-
C- Nelfi Zapata A+ 2 23 SIGNED
C- Kevin Plawecki A+ 0 22 SIGNED
C- Dock Doyle A+ 3 27 SIGNED
1B- Jayce Boyd A+ 0 23 SIGNED
3B-
UTL- Rylan Sandoval A+ 1 26 SIGNED
UTL- Matthew Reynolds A+ 0 23 SIGNED
UTL- Yucarybert De La Cruz A+ 2 23 SIGNED
OF- Kyle Johnson A+ 0 24 SIGNED
OF- Cory Vaughn A+ 1 24 SIGNED
OF- Jonathan Clark A+ 0 23 SIGNED
A Savannah Sand Gnats (SAL)
CEO- John Katz
GM-
MGR- Luis Rojas
PCO- Frank Viola
HCO- Joel Fuentes
PITCHERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1- Shawn Teufel A 1 27 SIGNED
SP2- Luis Cessa A 2 21 SIGNED
SP3- Gabriel Ynoa A 1 20 SIGNED
SP4- Julian Hilario A 1 23 SIGNED
SP5- Steve Matz A 1 22 SIGNED
SPS- Matthew Koch A 0 23 SIGNED
RHMR- Marcos Camarena A 3 23 SIGNED
RHMR- Robert Gsellman A 0 20 SIGNED
LHMR-
RHSU- Hunter Carnevale A 1 25 SIGNED
RHSU- Logan Taylor A 0 22 SIGNED
RHSU- Jake Kuebler A 3 24 SIGNED
RHSU- Beck Wheeler A 0 25 SIGNED
RHSU- Estarlin Morel A 2 24 SIGNED
RHSU- Wanel Mesa A 1 26 SIGNED
LHSU-
CL- Paul Sewald A 0 23 SIGNED
CL- Tyler Vanderheiden A 0 23 SIGNED
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C- Albert Cordero A 23 SIGNED
1B- Brian Harrison A 1 25 SIGNED
2B- Chad Zurcher A 0 25 SIGNED
SS- Phillip Evans A 0 21 SIGNED
3B- Jeff Reynolds A 0 24 SIGNED
LF- Brandon Nimmo A 0 20 SIGNED
CF- Eudy Pina A 2 22 SIGNED
RF- Stefan Sabol A 0 21 SIGNED
DH-
C- Jeffrey Glenn A 1 22 SIGNED
1B- Cole Frenzel A 0 23 SIGNED
3B- Dimas Ponce A 3 22 SIGNED
UTL-
UTL-
OF- Jorge Rivero A 1 24 SIGNED
OF- Gregory Pron A 0 24 SIGNED
OF- Maikis De La Cruz A 1 23 SIGNED
A- Brooklyn Cyclones (NYP)
CEO-
GM-
MGR- Rich Donnelly
PCO- Mark Valdes
HCO- Bobby Malek
PITCHERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
SP1-
SP2-
SP3-
SP4-
SP5-
SPS-
RHMR- Ernesto Yanez A- 2 23
RHMR- Brandon Welch A- 0 22
LHMR- Zachary Dotson A- 1 23
LHMR- John Mincone A- 2 24
RHSU- Robert Whalen A- 0 19
RHSU- Darwin Frias A- 3 21
RHSU- Timothy Peterson A- 0 22
LHSU- David Wynn A- 0 24
CL- Tyler Vanderheiden A- 23
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL AGE 2013 SALARY 2014 SALARY
C-
1B- Alexander Sanchez A- 2 23
2B- Juan Carlos Gamboa A- 1 22
SS-
3B-
LF-
CF-
RF-
DH-
C-
C-
1B-
3B-
UTL- Ismael Tijerina A- 3 24
UTL- Richie Rodriguez A- 0 23
OF- Michael Bernal A- 1 22
OF- Jonathan Clark A- 0 23 SIGNED
OF- Julio Concepcion A- 4 24
2013 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Zack Wheeler, rhp
2 Gavin Cecchini, ss
3 Brandon Nimmo, of
4 Luis Mateo, rhp
5 Rafael Montero, rhp
6 Wilmer Flores, 3b/2b
7 Michael Fulmer, rhp
8 Jeurys Familia, rhp
9 Domingo Tapia, rhp
10 Cory Mazzoni, rhp
2012 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Zack Wheeler, rhp
2 Matt Harvey, rhp
3 Brandon Nimmo, of
4 Jeurys Familia, rhp
5 Cesar Puello, of
6 Jenrry Mejia, rhp
7 Kirk Nieuwenhuis, of
8 Michael Fulmer, rhp
9 Reese Havens, 2b
10 Wilmer Flores, ss
2011 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Jenrry Mejia, rhp AAA
2 Wilmer Flores, ss A+
3 Cesar Puello, of A+
4 Matt Harvey, rhp AA
5 Kirk Nieuwenhuis, of AAA
6 Reese Havens, 2b AA
7 Lucas Duda, of/1b ML
8 Fernando Martinez, of AAA
9 Aderlin Rodriguez, 3b A
10 Brad Holt, rhp AA
2010 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Jenrry Mejia, rhp
2 Wilmer Flores, ss
3 Fernando Martinez, of
4 Ike Davis, 1b
5 Brad Holt, rhp
6 Jon Niese, lhp
7 Reese Havens, 2b/ss
8 Josh Thole, c
9 Ruben Tejada, 2b/ss
Wright had definitely been the best Met over the last several years.

Wright had definitely been the best Met over the last several years.  ‘Captain America’ will make $127 MIL from the 2014 – 2020 seasons.  At 31 years at the start of next year, #5 may see a pile of new teammates across the board.  The man has been a true professional throughout his entire time in Flushing Meadows, NY.  Wright has a Career Slash Line of .301/.388/888, and his 2013 numbers were even better at .309/.391/.904.

Authors for this post:

Jeff Kleiner:  “I have been a sports fan since the first Baseball game I went to at Comisky Park in Chicago in 1959, when baseball for me turned from black and white to color.

I have attended or watched thousands of games, always paying attention to statistics, rosters and salaries of all professional sports.

Luckily I had the advantage of watching WGN TV and seeing hundreds of games in the 60’s. Collecting Baseball Cards and then later dealing them gave me an extra sense of the sport, both good and bad.”

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I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the www.mlbreports.com/gwr-tracker . In 2015, I watched 224 MLB Games, spanning all 30 MLB Parks in 183 Days. Read about that World Record Journey at http://mlbreports.com/183in2015/229sked2015/
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