For months, Mets fans have clamored for Amed Rosario, one of the most highly rated young prospects in franchise history. For months, the Mets have kept Rosario confined to Triple-A Las Vegas, content to play Asdrubal Cabrera and Jose Reyes over him at the big league level. Fans will at least be able to catch a glimpse of Rosario next month in Miami, where he will participate in his second consecutive SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game. Rosario and catcher Tomas Nido will represent the Mets for the World Team.

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