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Wilmer Flores Interview

Wilmer Flores is one of the Mets' top prospects and one of the top prospects in all of baseball. At just 18 years old, Wilmer has already been playing professional baseball for three years.

After a strong performance in Single-A this year, Wilmer was called up to High-A ball to play for the St. Lucie Mets. At 18 years old, Wilmer is the second youngest hitter in the Florida State League.

Wilmer's success continued as a member of the St. Lucie Mets. He has a .349 batting average with two home runs and 19 RBI in 29 games.

Wilmer was recently kind enough to take some time out of his schedule for an interview with me.

At 16, most kids are still in high school and you were already playing in the minor leagues. What was that experience like at such a young age?

"You know, its not that easy playing with guys older than you. But you know, its just baseball. You just gotta worry about hitting the ball, catching the ball, and and run, but that's basically what I do".

At what age did you realizes that you were talented enough to become a professional baseball player?

"13, I just played to have fun though."

Do you feel that it has been an advantage or disadvantage that you have always been one youngest players at each level you have played at?

"Like I say, I just go out and play. I mean I don't see these guys as... (to read the rest of the interview click on the link below)

This article is also featured on Mr. Mets Daily
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