Farm Recap: 5/11

New York Mets
3 min readMay 12, 2021

The Syracuse Mets fell to Worcester, 8–5.

Jake Hager went 3-for-5 including a double and run scored. He is now hitting .414 on this season. Khalil Lee (Mets #7 prospect — MLB Pipeline) had two hits and two RBI on the night. Johneshwy Fargas and Deivy Grullón also recorded multi-hit games for Syracuse.

INF, Jake Hager

Syracuse is on the road against Worcester again tonight (5/12) with Franklyn Kilomé (Mets #22 prospect — MLB Pipeline) expected to make the start. First pitch is scheduled for 6:35 p.m.

The RumblePonies were defeated by Altoona by a score of 5–0.

RHP, Tylor Megill

Sebastian Elizalde reached base twice with a hit and a walk. Tylor Megill (Mets #23 prospect — MLB Pipeline) made the start for Binghamton, punching out seven over five innings of shutout ball. Jared Robinson would work one scoreless inning, striking out one.

Binghamton continues their road series with Altoona tonight (5/12) at 6:35 p.m. Colin Holderman gets the nod for the RumblePonies.

The Cyclones collected a total of 11 team hits, defeating Greenville, 6–1.

Mets #2 prospect (MLB Pipeline) Ronny Mauricio homered in his third straight game, a two-run shot in the 4th inning. He now has an OPS of 1.260 in the early season. First baseman Joe Genord would also record a home run in the game, his second of the year. Brett Baty (Mets #4 prospect — MLB Pipeline) had a multi hit game including a double and two RBI.

SS, Ronny Mauricio

Josh Walker earned the win for the Cyclones, allowing just one run over five inning of work and striking out seven. Dan Goggin and Nick MacDonald combined for four shutout innings in relief and seven punch outs.

Brooklyn takes on Greenville again tonight (5/12) at 7:05 p.m.

The St. Lucie Mets saw a win last night over Daytona, 4–2.

INF, Shervyen Newton

Cole Kleszcz had a big night, driving in two in the 7th inning to tie the game and scoring and insurance run in the 9th inning. Francisco Álvarez (Mets #1 prospect — MLB Pipeline) collected three hits, bringing his batting average up to an impressive .571. Shervyen Newton (Mets #15 prospect — MLB Pipeline) reached base three times, scoring once and driving one in.

Luis Moreno made the start for St. Lucie, fanning six batters over 3.2 hitless innings and allowing one unearned run. Reyson Santos would record the save, tossing a scoreless 9th inning.

The Mets continue their series at Daytona tonight (5/12) at 7:05 p.m. Garrison Bryant will make the start for St. Lucie.