Farm Report Recap: 9/10
The Syracuse Mets fell to Syracuse, 8–5.
Khalil Lee (Mets #8 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) reached base twice with a walk, double, run scored and RBI. Wilfredo Tovar recorded a multi-hit night while driving in a pair as Travis Blankenhorn (Mets #18 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) reached base three times. José Peraza had a hit and run scored as he continues his rehab assignment with Syracuse.
Adam Oller made the start, striking out five batters over 4.1 innings pitched.
Binghamton saw a 3–1 loss to Portland.
Ronny Mauricio (Mets #3 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) went 2-for-4 with two singles in his Double-A debut. Yoel Romero homered in the contest — a solo shot in the eighth inning.
Alex Sanabia got the nod for Binghamton, allowing one run over four innings pitched while striking out two.
Brooklyn was defeated by Hudson Valley, 4–1.
Francisco Álvarez (Mets #1 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) recorded a multi-hit game that included a double, while Luke Ritter (Mets #28 ranked prospect — MLB Pipeline) hit his 12th home run of the season.
Oscar Rojas made his first start with Brooklyn since recently being promoted, allowing two earned runs over 5.2 innings pitch. Nolan Clenney tossed 2.1 scoreless innings in relief, fanning three batters.
ST. LUCIE METS
St Lucie lost to Lakeland, 10–8.
Mets 2021 draft pick, Jack-Thomas Wold had a day, going 3-for-4 with two home runs and four RBI — his first and second home runs as a pro. Kevin Kendall also recorded a multi-hit game with a triple, two runs scored and run batted in. Brandon McIlwain also had a run scored and RBI as Cesar Berbesi tallied two hits including a double.
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St. Lucie was scheduled to play a doubleheader against Lakeland, but game two was postponed due to weather.