Farm Report Recap: 6/30

New York Mets
3 min readJul 1, 2021


The Syracuse Mets saw their matchup with Rochester get postponed due to rain.

Syracuse will play a doubleheader with Rochester on July 1 to make up for the postponement.

The Binghamton RumblePonies defeated Richmond, 6–2.

OF, Jake Mangum

Jake Mangum (Mets #30 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) reached base safely three times with two hits, including a double, and a walk. Quinn Brodey also had a multi-hit game, scoring three runs and driving in two. Will Toffey recorded two RBI in the win.

Adam Oller recorded the win, allowing two runs over five innings and fanning eight batters. Yeizo Campos and Jared Robinson combined for four shutout innings in relief with six strikeouts.

Binghamton will send left-hander Josh Walker to the mound as they continue their series with Richmond.

Brooklyn split a doubleheader with Aberdeen.

C, Francisco Álvarez

In a 2–1 game one loss, Cody Bohanek launched a solo home run while Francisco Álvarez (Mets #1 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) recorded a multi-hit game. Jose Butto (Mets #15 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) allowed two runs with nine strikeouts over six innings of work.

SS, Ronny Mauricio

Brooklyn won game two (a makeup from May 30), 7–6. Ronny Mauricio (Mets #2 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) smacked his eighth home run on the season — a two run shot in the eighth inning. Brett Baty (Mets #4 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) tallied multiple hits on the night and scored a run. Cody Bohanek and Zach Ashford collected two RBI each.

Brooklyn takes on Aberdeen again tonight at 7:05 p.m.

St. Lucie routed Clearwater, 13–4.

1B, Warren Saunders

Nic Gaddis recorded a home run in the win to go along with three RBI. Warren Saunders went 2-for-5 with a homer, four RBI and two runs scored. Joe Suozzi had a three RBI game while Alex Ramirez (Mets #9 prospect — MLB Pipeline) and Jaylen Palmer (Mets #12 prospect — MLB Pipeline) each tallied multi-hit games.



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