The Syracuse Mets scored 9 runs on 12 hits to defeat Lehigh Valley 9–8.
J.D. Davis homered in another rehab start with Syracuse, a fifth inning two-run shot. David Thompson also went deep as part of a three hit night. Drew Jackson would tally a long ball of his own to go along with three RBI. Catcher Nick Meyer had a multi-hit game in the win for Syracuse.
Mets #10 prospect Thomas Szapucki (MLB Pipeline) got the start for Syracuse, tossing four shutout innings and fanning five batters.
Syracuse will take on Lehigh Valley again today at 1:05 p.m.
Binghamton defeated Erie yesterday, 6–4.
Jake Mangum made his RumblePonies debut, going 2-for-4. Manny Rodriguez would also record a multi-hit game including his first homer of the year. Catcher David Rodriguez also went yard for a two-run shot of his own. Mets #8 prospect, Mark Vientos (MLB Pipeline) recorded two RBI.
Tylor Megill (Mets #23 prospect — MLB Pipeline) made the start for Binghamton, punching out 11 batters over 5.2 innings pitched, earning the win. Joe Shaw pitched a clean ninth to record the save and lock up the win for Binghamton.
Adam Oller will make the start for Binghamton today in their 1:35 p.m. matchup with Erie.
Brooklyn fell to Hudson Valley, 5–3.
Antoine Duplantis recorded a multi-hit game for Brooklyn, scoring a run. Anthony Walters would also tally multiple hits in the contest, including a double.
Bryce Montes de Oca would have a scoreless outing out of the bullpen for the Cyclones. The relief pitcher has yet to give up an earned run through 6.2 innings of work.
Brooklyn will send the Mets #17 ranked prospect Jose Butto (MLB Pipeline) to the mound as they take on Hudson Valley again at 1:00 p.m.
ST. LUCIE METS
The St. Lucie Mets saw a 6–5 loss to Palm Beach.
The Mets #1 ranked prospect Francisco Álvarez reached base safely twice, driving in two runs. Tanner Murphy recorded a double, two walks, two runs scored and one RBI for St. Lucie in the game. Shortstop Jimmy Titus scored two runs.
Franklin Parra and Matt Cleveland combined for 6.1 shutout innings in relief, fanning seven batters.