In the 2010 MLB Draft, the Mets chose RHP Greg Peavey in the 6th round with the 182nd overall pick. This was the third time Greg had been selected, having previously been drafted in 2007 in the 24th round by the Yankees and in 2009 in the 32nd round by the Astros.
Greg was a late signee in 2010 before signing on August 16th, right before the deadline, opting to forgo his senior season at Oregon State to turn pro. He began pitching for the Mets in 2011, starting the season with the Savannah Sand Gnats (A) of the South Atlantic League before being promoted to the St. Lucie Mets (A+) of the Florida State League in June. In 27 games (24 starts), he had a record of 11-6 with a 3.48 ERA, pitching 137 1/3 innings, allowing 141 hits, walking 28 and striking out 108 with a 1.22 WHIP.
Greg made the jump in 2012 to AA, where he pitched the entire season, making 25 starts with an ERA of 8-8 with an ERA of 5.06. In 144 innings, he gave up 169 hits, walking 37 and striking out 84 with a WHIP of 1.43.
Greg split 2013 between Binghamton and Las Vegas 51s (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League, being used as a starter in Binghamton and out of the pen in Vegas. He pitched in 45 games (6 starts) with a record of 6-5 and and ERA of 4.80, pitching 95 2/3 innings, allowing 94 hits, walking 38 and striking out 65 with a whip of 1.52.
In his professional career, he has a record of 25-19 with a 4.42 ERA in 376 2/3 innings and a WHIP of 1.34.