Farm Report Recap: 6/9

The Syracuse Mets fell to Worcester, 12–5.

Albert Almora Jr. made another rehab start with Syracuse, clubbing a two-run homer while Luis Guillorme reached base via walk in his latest rehab appearance. Wilfredo Tovar scored twice while Drew Jackson drove in two. Martin Červenka recorded a multi-hit game.

INF, Drew Jackson

Tom Windle, Yennsy Díaz, Sean Reid-Foley and position player Sebastian Elizalde combined for 4.2 scoreless innings in relief for Syracuse.

Syracuse squares off again with Worcester today at 6:35 p.m.

The Binghamton RumblePonies saw a 9–1 win over Bowie.

Mark Vientos (Mets #8 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) doubled, walked, scored twice, and drove in a run for the RumblePonies. Wagner Lagrange recorded multiple hits on the night, including a double and two RBI. Infielder Luis Carpio also had a multi-hit game with a double and three RBI.

LHP, Josh Walker

Josh Walker looked good on the mound, earning the win for Binghamton after tossing seven innings of one run ball and striking out nine batters.

Adam Oller will get the ball for the RumblePonies as they continue their series with Bowie tonight at 6:35 p.m.

The Brooklyn Cyclones split a doubleheader with Hudson Valley yesterday, with game two being a makeup from a June 8 postponement.

In game one, Brooklyn lost 3–2.

INF, Luke Ritter

Luke Ritter recorded a multi-hit game with the Cyclones while Cody Bohanek and Zach Ashford tallied one RBI each.

Justin Lasko made the game one start, allowing three earned runs over 5.2 innings and fanning eight batters.

Brooklyn would bounce back to take game two, 5–3.

3B, Brett Baty

Brett Baty (Mets #4 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) went 2-for-3, launching his fifth home run of the season, a double and scoring twice. For Baty, it is his fifth homer in his last eight games. Gerson Molina also recorded a multi-hit game with a two run homer of his own. Catcher Juan Uriarte went went 2-for-3 with a run scored and RBI.

Eric Orze tossed two scoreless innings in relief to get the win while Bryce Montes de Oca threw two shutout frames in relief to get the save.

Brooklyn will send righty Cam Opp to the mound to take on Hudson Valley today at 6:30 p.m.

St. Lucie defeated Palm Beach, 5–3.

Jose Peroza had a big day at the plate, going 2-for-2 with two walks, a home run and three RBI. Joe Suozzi also had a multi-hit game, walking once and scoring twice.

2B/3B, Jose Peroza

J.T. Ginn (Mets #6 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) made his second pro start with St. Lucie, tossing four innings and allowing one run. Sammy Tavarez recorded the save.

St. Lucie will matchup with Palm Beach again today at at 6:10 p.m. Austin Faith will make the start for the Mets.



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