Farm Report Recap: 6/12

New York Mets
3 min readJun 13, 2021


The Syracuse Mets fell to Worcester, 11–2.

OF, Khalil Lee

Infielders Drew Jackson and Wilfredo Tovar each recorded a multi-hit game. Khalil Lee (Mets #7 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) homered for Syracuse, an eighth inning solo shot.

Syracuse will wrap up its home series with Worcester today at 1:05 p.m.


3B/1B, Mark Vientos

Binghamton was defeated by Bowie, 8–7.

Mark Vientos (Mets #8 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) launched a three-run homer in the fifth inning, his fifth on the season. Luis Carpio would record a multi-hit game including a home run of his own. Carlos Cortes (Mets #17 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) reached base safely twice and tallied a pair of RBIs.

Binghamton will close out its series with Bowie today at 1:05 p.m. Luc Rennie will make the start for the RumblePonies.

The Brooklyn Cyclones lost to Hudson Valley, 5–4.

C, Francisco Álvarez

Francisco Álvarez (Mets #1 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) collected two hits on the night — a two-run homer in the 8th inning, his third since joining the Cyclones, and a double. Anthony Walters and Blake Tiberi would each record a double of their own. Brett Baty (Mets #4 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) recorded an RBI.

Alec Kisena made the start for Brooklyn, tossing five innings allowing two earned runs and fanning eight batters. His ERA since joining Brooklyn is down to 3.32.

Brooklyn will host Hudson Valley today in a series finale at 1:00 p.m.

The St. Lucie Mets saw a 8–6 loss to Palm Beach.

INF, Shervyen Newton

Ranfy Adon collected a multi-hit game for St. Lucie while Shervyen Newton (Mets #14 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) tallied a hit, run scored, two walks and two RBI.

Oscar Rojas got the start for St. Lucie, allowing two runs over five innings of work while punching out six. Jeffrey Colon would add two scoreless innings out of the bullpen.

St. Lucie will send lefty Franklin Parra to the mound as they wrap up their series with Palm Beach. First pitch is scheduled for 12:10 p.m.



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