Wuilmer Becerra was the other, other guy in the R.A. Dickey trade.

Catcher Travis d'Arnaud and righthander Noah Syndergaard were the headliners for the Mets, and veteran backstop John Buck was the throw-in.

Becerra was the longshot.

At the time of the deal with Toronto in December 2012, Becerra had played just 11 games in the Rookie Gulf Coast League. His pro production consisted of eight hits and four doubles in 32 at-bats.

Three years later, the 20-year-old rightfielder still is mostly potential, but it's powerful potential, far closer to being actualized.

In 55 games with Single-A Savannah (32-27, T-1st place in South Atlantic League Southern), Becerra is batting .286 with 16 doubles and seven home runs. His slugging percentage, which has risen each year in the Mets' farm system, sits at .498 following Wednesday's 8-6 win over Virginia.

advertisement | advertise on newsday

In the best case scenario, Becerra won't be big-league ready until sometime in 2017 - but that likely suits the Mets just fine, who have leftfielder Michael Cuddyer signed through 2016 and rightfielder Curtis Granderson through 2017.

Elsewhere in the minors

TRIPLE-A LAS VEGAS

(31-29, 1st place in Pacific Coast League Pacific Southern)

The 51s were off.

Mets videos

DOUBLE-A BINGHAMTON

(28-30, 4th place in Eastern League Eastern, 7 games back)

Shortstop Gavin Cecchini was 2-for-5 with a double and leftfielder Michael Conforto doubled and walked, but Binghamton fell to Bowie, 9-4. Cecchini has eight multi-hit games in his last 12 games, batting .431 (22-for-51) with five doubles during the streak. In his first 10 games at Double-A, Conforto has 13 hits, seven of which have gone for extra bases to give him a .676 slugging percentage.

SINGLE-A ADVANCED ST. LUCIE

(30-28, 2nd place in Florida State League South, 9.5 games back)

advertisement | advertise on newsday

The Mets' game vs. Daytona was postponed because of wet grounds.

ROOKIE - DOMINICAN SUMMER LEAGUE METS 1

(5-5, T-5th place in DSL Boca Chica South, 2 games back)

Centerfielder Anthony Dirocie was 1-for-1 with three walks, and second baseman Edgardo Fermin went 0-for-3 with two walks, but the Mets fell to the DSL Twins, 7-4.

ROOKIE - DOMINICAN SUMMER LEAGUE METS 2

advertisement | advertise on newsday

(7-3, T-2nd place in DSL Boca Chica North, 1 game back)

Shortstop Kenny Hernandez was 2-for-4 with a triple, and righthander Boris Sanchez earned the win with 4 1/3 innings of one-run relief as the Mets beat the DSL Red Sox 2, 4-3.