Farm Report Recap: 5/23

New York Mets
3 min readMay 24, 2021

The Syracuse Mets were defeated in their series finale with Lehigh Valley, 7–2.

OF, Sebastian Elizalde

Sebastian Elizalde recorded a multi-hit game, scoring a run. Nick Meyer also tallies multiple hits for Syracuse, including a double and RBI. Quinn Brodey reached base safely twice with a hit, walk and RBI.

Stephen Nogosek lowered his Syracuse ERA to 1.74 after pitching a scoreless inning in relief.

Syracuse has a scheduled day off today before opening a series with Rochester on Tuesday.

Binghamton fell to Erie yesterday, 5–4.

Mets #19 prospect, Carlos Cortes (MLB Pipeline) went deep for his second Binghamton home run of the season. Manny Rodriguez recorded a multi-hit game, including his first home run of the season and two RBI. Jeremy Vasquez also notched two hits on the night.

Yeizo Campos tossed two shutout innings in relief for Binghamton.

Binghamton will not play Monday before returning to action on Tuesday against Akron.

Brooklyn saw a 6–5 win over Hudson Valley yesterday.

Hayden Senger had a three-hit game, including a clutch 12th inning home run to give the Cyclones the walk-off win. He also recorded a walk and three RBI. Zach Ashford launched his first home run since being called up to join the Cyclones — a 6th inning two-run shot. Antoine Duplantis scored twice for Brooklyn.

Mets #17 prospect Jose Butto (MLB Pipeline) made the start for Brooklyn, tossing five innings and allowing just one run and collecting five strikeouts.

Brooklyn is off today before opening a home series with Aberdeen on Tuesday.

The St. Lucie Mets collected 14 team hits to capture the 9–4 win over Palm Beach.

Mets #1 overall ranked prospect, Francisco Álvarez had two hits including a home run and three runs driven in. Outfielder Tanner Murphy stayed hot, reaching base three times and driving in a run. Warren Saunders, Cole Kleszcz and Jimmy Titus would also each record a multi-hit game in the win.

Austin Faith made the start, tossing four shutout innings while fanning seven.

Like the rest of the Mets farm, St. Lucie will enjoy a scheduled day off before returning to action on Tuesday against Daytona.