Quick quiz, Mets fans.  Name the prospect in the following description:

``He has a sweet left-handed swing that should generate more power in the future. He's not speedy, but he is a solid base runner and would be fine as a corner outfielder or first baseman at the next level.

While you are thinking, we recall the Mets forever being saddled with the biggest blunder in draft history with their 1966 selection of Steve Chilcott over Reggie Jackson. The franchise has never lived it down. Chilcott never made the majors, one of two No. 1 picks (Brien Taylor, Yankees) to miss the big leagues. 

As for that ``sweet left-handed swing.’’ It belongs to Ike Davis, selected 18th in the 2008 draft.

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