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The Sky's The Limit For Becerra

Prospects Travis d'Arnaud and Noah Syndergaard were the two main headliners coming over to the Mets in the R.A. Dickey trade with the Toronto Blue Jays and for good reason. However, outfielder Wuilmer Becerra being included in the deal could wind up being the real coup down the road given his immense upside.

He was signed for $1.3 million by the Blue Jays out of Venezuela back in July of 2011 and then Toronto's International scouting director Marco Paddy could not help but get excited about Becerra's long-term potential. "Becerra is a young kid we've known for a couple of years," Paddy told shortly after the signing. "He's a shortstop but we obviously signed him as an outfielder. He's... Recommended Stories

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