The Syracuse Mets defeated Pawtucket, 4–3 yesterday. Luis Guillorme had a day at the plate, recording three hits including a home run, a walk and three RBI. Guillorme also had the walk-off hit for Syracuse. Danny Espinosa reached base safely four times while pitcher Ervin Santana tossed seven innings, allowing three runs. Harol Gonzalez and Chris Flexen combined for two shutout innings out of the Syracuse pen.
Binghamton Rumble Ponies
The Rumble Ponies split a double-header against Erie yesterday, with the second game being a make up from April 13. Binghamton would win game one, 6–3. Andrés Giménez went 2-for-2 with a home run, walk, two runs scored and RBI. Will Toffey also had a 2-for-2 day at the plate including a double, walk, run scored and two runs batted in. Kevin Smith lowered his ERA to 1.56 with the Rumble Ponies, after tossing six shutout innings and punching out six.
Binghamton lost game two, 3–0. Gavin Cecchini and David Thompson recorded hits in the loss. Austin Brossart reached base safely twice in his debut with the Mets organization.
St. Lucie Mets
St. Lucie recorded fourteen team hits in a 9–4 win over Palm Beach. Wagner Lagrange went 3-for-4 with three runs scored and an RBI. He is now hitting .409 since his promotion to St. Lucie. Jeremy Vasquez recorded four hits and drove in three in the win. Manny Rodriguez and Jacob Zanon also recorded multi-hit games while pitcher Tylor Megill earned the win, hurling 5.1 innings, striking out six and allowing three runs.
Columbia saw a 3–0 win over Kannapolis last night thanks to a two-run homer by Mark Vientos. Shervyen Newton tripled and scored a run as well while Brian Sharp, Ronny Mauricio and Walter Rasquin all recorded hits. The Columbia bullpen combined for seven shutout innings, striking out eight.
The Brooklyn Cyclones saw a 3–1 loss to Lowell yesterday. Antoine Duplantis and Jake Ortega both recorded multi-hit games while Wilmer Reyes extended his hitting streak to a modest eleven games. Matt Cleveland struck out eight over 4.2 innings pitched in his start.
The K-Mets lost to Bluefield, 7–5. Scott Ota had a multi-hit game, including a home run while Jaylen Palmer reached base safely twice. Brett Baty doubled in the loss.
Mets Gulf Coast League
The GCL Mets defeated the GCL Astros, 3–1. Kenedy Corona, Ryan Shinn and William Lugo all recorded multi-hit games while Zach Ashford hit a double, walked and scored a run.
Mets Dominican Summer League
The DSL Mets (1) were off yesterday.
The DSL Mets (2) recorded eleven team hits in a 10–0 win over the DSL Rangers. Four different players had multi-hit games in the win while Omar de los Santos recorded three RBI.
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A LOOK AHEAD
- The Syracuse Mets will play Pawtucket at home again tonight, with first pitch happening at 6:35 p.m.
- The Binghamton Rumble Ponies send Mickey Jannis to the mound in their series finale against Erie. First pitch is scheduled for 6:35 p.m.
- The St. Lucie Mets will play their series finale against Palm Beach tonight, first pitch is at 6:30 p.m.
- The Columbia Fireflies will play Kannapolis again tonight at 7 p.m. Daison Acosta gets the nod for the Fireflies.
- The Brooklyn Cyclones will matchup with Lowell again tonight at 7 p.m.
- The Kingsport Mets will play Bluefield again tonight at 6:30 p.m.