Farm Report Recap: 7/2

New York Mets
3 min readJul 3, 2021

The Syracuse Mets saw yesterday’s matchup with Rochester get postponed due to rain. The game is scheduled to be made up on Jul 14.

Syracuse is regularly scheduled to host Rochester tonight at 6:35 p.m.

Binghamton split a doubleheader with Richmond.

The RumblePonies collected 17 team hits to win game one, 12–7.

Wagner Lagrange homered as part of a 4-hit, 6-RBI game, leading the way offensively for Binghamton. Manny Rodriguez tallied three hits on the night and scored twice while Jake Mangum (Mets #30 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) reached base safely three times, scoring twice as well. Jake Ortega and Carlos Cortes (Mets #17 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) each recorded a multi-hit game as well.

Binghamton saw a 6–3 loss in game two (a makeup from July 1).

OF, Wagner Lagrange

Wagner Lagrange homered again in game two, a seventh inning solo shot. Jake Mangum (Mets #30 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) continued to swing the bat well in the nightcap, collecting two hits, scoring a run and driving one in. Carlos Cortes (Mets #17 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) also had an RBI in game two.

Binghamton continues its series tonight against Richmond at 6:05 p.m. Oscar de la Cruz is expected to start for the RumblePonies.

The Brooklyn Cyclones defeated Aberdeen, 6–5.

Antoine Duplantis collected three hits, one run and one RBI for Brooklyn out of the leadoff spot. Luke Ritter had a good day at the plate, going 2-for-4 with a walk, three RBI and one run scored. Zach Ashford reached base safely three times in the win while Brett Baty (Mets #4 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) had a multi-hit game.

3B/LF, Brett Baty

Connor Gray made his second start with the Cyclones, allowing two earned runs over four innings of work. Colby Morris, Andrew Edwards and Bryce Montes de Oca combined for 4.1 scoreless innings in relief to secure the win.

Brooklyn will take on Aberdeen again tonight at 6:05 p.m.

St. Lucie routed Clearwater, 14–4.

1B, Warren Saunders

Warren Saunders recorded a multi-hit game while driving in four. Jose Peroza went 3-for-5 with 3 RBI while Jaylen Palmer (Mets #12 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) reached base safely three times. Joe Suozzi also reached base three times, scoring two runs. Cole Klesczc launched a home run in the eighth inning, his second on the season.

Franklin Parra got the win, allowing two earned runs over five innings of work and punching out four.

St. Lucie will play Clearwater again today at 6:30 p.m.