Farm Report Recap: 6/11

New York Mets
3 min readJun 12, 2021

The Syracuse Mets lost 5–3 to Worcester.

Orlando Calixte recorded a multi-hit game that included a double a run scored. Wilfredo Tovar, César Puello and Drew Ferguson each had two hits on the night as well.

RHP, Sean Reid-Foley

Tylor Megill (Mets #21 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) lowered his ERA to 2.89 after tossing 5.1 innings, allowing one run while fanning seven. Sean Reid-Foley pitched 1.2 shutout innings in relief.

The Syracuse Mets host Worcester again tonight at 6:35 p.m.

The Binghamton RumblePonies scored four runs in the ninth inning to walk it off against Bowie, 5–4.

OF, Carlos Cortes

Will Toffey clubbed his third homer on the season — a second inning solo shot — while Wagner Lagrange clubbed a game tying three-run homer of his own in the ninth. Carlos Cortes (Mets #17 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) stayed hot for the RumblePonies, going 2-for-4 with a triple. He is now hitting .390 over his last 10 games.

Cole Gordon made the start for Binghamton, allowing two runs over 5.2 innings of work. Andrew Mitchell recorded the win out of the bullpen, tossing 1.1 scoreless innings.

Binghamton will send right-hander Tony Dibrell to the mound as they continue their home series against Bowie. First pitch is scheduled for 6:35 p.m.

The Brooklyn Cyclones fell to Hudson Valley, 8–0.

Cody Bohanek reached base safely twice with a walk and base hit for the Cyclones. Antoine Duplantis would also tally a base hit in the contest.

Andrew Edwards and Mitch Ragan combined for three shutout frames in relief, punching out five batters.

Brooklyn will square off against Hudson Valley again today at 4:00 p.m.

The St. Lucie Mets defeated Palm Beach, 5–3.

OF, Brandon McIlwain

Brandon McIlwain smacked two homers in the win, driving in four. Warren Saunders recorded a three-hit game while five other St. Lucie hitters found their way in the hit column.

Junior Santos (Mets #11 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) looked good in his start, hurling five shutout innings and allowing just three hits. Willy Taveras got the save, striking out four over two innings of scoreless ball.

Reigning Low-A Southeast Pitcher of the Week, Oscar Rojas will toe the rubber as he makes the start against Palm Beach for St. Lucie. First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 p.m.