Rosario was called up to Double-A Binghamton on Thursday, Adam Rubin of ESPN reports. Rosario was hitting .309/.359/.442 with three home runs and 40 RBI in 66 games with High-A St. Lucie at the time of his promotion. The shortstop is one of the key pieces in the Mets' system and looks to be a major contributor in the big leagues one day. He is only 20 years old and will get his second chance at Double-A after earning 10 at-bats with Binghamton last season.
Rosario, 20, is batting .306 with one home run, two RBI and three steals through eight games for High-A St. Lucie. The shortstop of the future for the Mets, Rosario should see Double-A shortly with a hot start. He did not hit a single home run in 103 games at High-A last season, though at just 19 years of age was among the youngest players at that level.