Farm Report Recap: 8/18

New York Mets
3 min readAug 19, 2021

Syracuse was scheduled to play a doubleheader at home against Buffalo, however both games were postponed due to weather.

Binghamton defeated Portland, 5–2.

3B/1B, Mark Vientos

Mark Vientos (Mets #7 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) went 3-for-5 with a home run and two RBI. Vientos leads all Mets minor leaguers with 21 homers.

INF, Luis Carpio

Luis Carpio recorded a multi-hit game with a solo homer as Matt Winaker launched a long ball of his own to help the RumblePonies get the win. Jake Mangum (Mets #27 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) extended his hitting streak to a modest eight games.

Dustin Beggs got the win on the mound for Binghamton, allowing two runs on four hits over six innings of work with three strikeouts. Colin Holderman pitched a scoreless ninth to record the save.

Brooklyn tallied 12 team hits in an 11–7 win.

C, Francisco Álvarez

Francisco Álvarez (Mets #1 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) reached base four times going 2-for-3 with a solo home run, two walks and two runs scored.

2B/3B, Jose Peroza

Jose Peroza also homered in the win — a three run shot in the sixth inning while Jeremy Vasquez belted a two-run homer for his seventh Brooklyn Cyclones home run this seaosn. Jaylen Palmer (Mets #11 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) reached base twice with a walk, triple and three RBI.

Brooklyn’s bullpen combined for 5.1 innings pitched, allowing two earned runs and striking out eight batters. Hunter Parsons recorded the win in relief.

The St. Lucie Mets saw a 3–2 loss to Tampa.

OF, Brandon McIlwain

Brandon McIlwain smacked a solo home run in the fifth inning for St. Lucie while Juan Uriarte tripled and scored a run.

RHP, Junior Santos

Junior Santos (Mets #10 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) tossed 6.2 innings and allowed two earned runs while striking out five.