Farm Report Recap: 8/11

New York Mets
3 min readAug 12, 2021

SYRACUSE METS
Syracuse defeated Worcester, 11–4.

OF, Khalil Lee

Khalil Lee (Mets #6 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) launched a two-run homer in the fifth inning to go along with two runs scored. Mark Payton stayed hot since joining Syracuse, collecting a multi-hit game with an RBI and three runs scored. Wilfredo Tovar collected three RBI, courtesy of a ninth inning three-run home run. Patrick Mazeika drove in two runs in the contest.

Jerad Eickhoff started for Syracuse, allowing three earned runs over five innings while punching out five. Eric Orze fanned four batters over two innings of relief in his Syracuse Mets debut.

BINGHAMTON RUMBLEPONIES
Binghamton fell to Hartford, 3–0.

OF, Jake Mangum

Jake Mangum (Mets #27 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) doubled for the RumblePonies and is now hitting .436 in the month of August. David Rodríguez recorded a multi-hit game.

Dustin Beggs got the start for Binghamton, pitching six innings and allowing one earned run while striking out four.

BROOKLYN CYCLONES
Brooklyn completed their suspended game with Wilmington, winning 16–5.

C, Francisco Álvarez

Francisco Álvarez (Mets #1 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) went 3-for-4 with a home run, two runs scored and four RBI. Ronny Mauricio (Mets #2 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) also had a big game at the plate for Brooklyn, collecting a multi-hit game with a triple and three RBI. The Cyclones’ leader in hits, Antoine Duplantis reached base three times with two hits, a walk and three runs scored. Nic Gaddis and Luis Gonzalez also belted home runs for Brooklyn in the win.

Jaison Vilera pitched three scoreless innings without allowing a hit in the start for Brooklyn. Conner O’Neil got the win in relief.

Brooklyn lost to Wilmington in their regularly scheduled game, 15–3.

OF, Antoine Duplantis

Antoine Duplantis recorded a hit and RBI while Jeremy Vasquez reached base safely twice and scored a run. Luis Gonzalez drove in two runs in the contest.

ST. LUCIE METS
St. Lucie defeated Dunedin in a five inning shortened game, 1–0.

INF, Kevin Kendall

Kevin Kendall had a multi-hit game and scored a run. Alex Ramirez (Mets #8 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) recorded a base hit.

Jose Colina got the win after tossing five innings out shutout ball in the start, allowing three hits while striking out five.

St. Lucie was scheduled to play Dunedin in a doubleheader, however game two was postponed due to inclement weather.

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