Farm Report Recap: 6/14

SYRACUSE METS
The Syracuse Mets fell to Worcester, 13–7.

C/1B, Parick Mazeika

Patrick Mazeika went 3-for-5 with a three-run homer in the 5th inning. Orlando Calixte and David Rodríguez would add solo homers of their own. Khalil Lee (Mets #7 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) reached base safely three times and scored two runs. Lee’s Syracuse OPS is now .961. Albert Almora Jr. continued his rehab assignment with Syracuse, recording a hit.

Yennsy Díaz, Tom Windle and Bradley Roney combined for three scoreless innings in relief for Syracuse.

Syracuse will enjoy a scheduled day off today before returning to action on Tuesday (June 15) as they open a road series with Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

BINGHAMTON RUMBLEPONIES
The Binghamton RumblePonies saw a 10–0 loss to Bowie.

Wagner Lagrange and Luis Carpio each tallied multiple hits in the game for Binghamton.

RHP, Ryley Gilliam

Ryley Gilliam (Mets #16 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) tossed two perfect innings out of the bullpen.

Binghamton will host Portland in a home series beginning on Tuesday, June 15.

BROOKLYN CYCLONES
Brooklyn was defeated by Hudson Valley, 5–0.

Zach Ashford and Juan Uriarte each recorded a base hit. Jeff McNeil began his rehab assignment with Brooklyn, batting leadoff and playing second base.

RHP, Jose Butto

Jose Butto (Mets #15 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) tossed five shutout innings in the start, fanning seven.

Brooklyn has a day off before traveling to Wilmington to open a series on the road on Tuesday, June 15.

The St. Lucie Mets lost to Palm Beach, 10–3.

Alex Ramirez (Mets #9 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) recorded a multi-hit game, including a double and run scored. Jaylen Palmer (Mets #12 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) also recorded a double and run scored. Outfielder Joe Suozzi reached base safely three times.

OF, Alex Ramirez

Dellin Betances made an appearance with St. Lucie as part of a rehab assignment. He tossed one scoreless inning in relief, punching out two batters.

Like the rest of the farm, St. Lucie will enjoy a day off before opening a series on Tuesday (June 15) against Jupiter.

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