Mets Daily Farm Report - 6/24/13: SyndergAArd!

Noah Syndergaard - Chris McShane

Catch up on all of yesterday’s minor league action from around the Mets farm system!

*All results from games played on Sunday, June 23rd, 2013*

AAA - Las Vegas 51s (39-36)__________________________________

SALT LAKE 6, LAS VEGAS 3 (Box)

Jacob deGrom started for the 51s, and the youngster looked very good in his second AAA start, all things considered, throwing six strong innings of shutout ball. He scattered three hits, and walked four, but struck out seven to minimize the damage of the hits given up and walks allowed. The Salt Lake Bees threw Matt Shoemaker against the Las Vegas offense, and that snob had the gall to limit the 51s to only two runs in his six plus innings of work. Going into the 8th inning, the score was 2-1 Las Vegas, with the Bees' only run coming on a throwing error by Gonzalez Germen that led to a run in the 7th. Sean Henn replaced Germen to start the 8th inning, and the left-hander got knocked around. Henn allowed an earned run, two unearned runs, and set the table for Greg Peavey, who allowed a run of his own. The 51s scored a run of their own in the bottom of the inning, a solo home run by Rylan Sandoval, but it was nowhere near enough to close the gulf between the two teams- especially when the Bees recovered that run in the top of the 9th by continuing to beat up on Peavey. In the bottom of the inning, Brian Bixler got on base, and stole second ("defensive indifference") to get things going, but Bees reliever Ryan Brasier shut the door on a potential 51s come back.

SEASON TO DATE STATS

Player

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB

CS

AVG

OBP

SLG

E

Russ Adams

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Mike Baxter

12

48

7

10

0

1

2

2

5

9

1

2

.208

.283

.375

0

Brian Bixler

56

195

23

53

9

2

3

19

13

56

5

3

.272

.325

.385

5

Eric Campbell

57

157

27

42

7

2

6

33

22

34

6

2

.268

.366

.452

3

Juan Centeno

27

84

9

26

7

0

0

13

8

11

0

1

.310

.379

.393

1

Collin Cowgill

32

123

22

33

6

0

5

12

16

25

4

0

.268

.362

.439

2

Ike Davis

12

42

15

13

4

0

4

8

12

11

0

0

.310

.463

.690

0

Wilmer Flores

73

290

45

90

24

4

8

56

17

37

0

3

.310

.349

.503

11

Kai Gronauer

9

18

2

5

2

0

0

1

1

4

0

1

.278

.316

.389

0

Reese Havens

37

97

9

23

4

1

1

8

10

15

1

0

.237

.312

.330

4

Brandon Hicks

33

113

14

34

4

2

5

22

6

40

1

0

.301

.333

.504

5

Jamie Hoffmann

62

203

28

55

18

0

2

27

17

30

4

0

.271

.341

.389

3

Francisco Pena

25

84

8

23

5

1

5

18

3

19

0

0

.274

.300

.536

2

Rylan Sandoval

18

38

9

13

2

0

2

3

7

10

0

1

.342

.444

.553

1

Travis d'Arnaud

12

36

12

9

5

0

1

8

12

8

0

0

.250

.429

.472

1

Player

W

L

ERA

G

GS

IP

H

R

ER

HR

HB

BB

SO

WHIP

HLD

SV

Tim Byrdak

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Robert Carson

1

1

3.77

14

0

14.1

10

9

6

1

0

7

13

1.19

1

2

Jacob deGrom

0

0

0.77

2

2

11.2

11

1

1

0

0

6

10

1.46

0

0

Matt Fox

2

2

5.68

7

7

38.0

45

24

24

8

1

8

23

1.39

0

0

Gonzalez Germen

3

3

5.88

32

0

41.1

46

29

27

7

0

10

47

1.35

4

2

Justin Hampson

3

0

3.63

35

0

34.2

40

16

14

2

1

16

30

1.62

7

0

Sean Henn

1

3

4.05

25

0

26.2

38

19

12

0

0

17

25

2.06

2

1

Jack Leathersich

0

0

6.75

5

0

5.1

5

5

4

0

2

2

10

1.31

1

0

D.J. Mitchell

4

3

7.36

12

12

51.1

72

46

42

6

0

36

33

2.10

0

0

Rafael Montero

0

1

3.18

3

3

17.0

19

10

6

1

0

3

19

1.29

0

0

Greg Peavey

4

2

6.65

30

0

44.2

48

35

33

6

2

21

29

1.54

1

0

Armando Rodriguez

1

2

4.95

29

0

36.1

43

21

20

8

2

19

33

1.71

2

0

Chris Schwinden

3

7

6.37

15

15

76.1

104

60

54

15

4

25

49

1.69

0

0

AA - Binghamton Mets (46-28)_____________________________________

ERIE 2, BINGHAMTON 7 (Box)

The big story, of course, was Noah Syndergaard making his first AA start, and the big Texan right-hander did not disappoint. With a fastball sitting in the mid 90s and topping out around 98 MPH, Syndergaard pitched six strong innings, giving up two runs and scattering two hits. He struck out seven, and walked just one. Suffice to say, the key to the game would to scoring runs, as the Mets top pitching prospect had things covered. Binghamton did just that, scoring at least one run in every inning except the 5th and the 7th. Four B-Mets hit home runs: Cesar Puello got things going with a solo homer to put Binghamton on the board in the bottom of the 1st, Richard Lucas swatted one out of the park in the 2nd, Rhyne Hughes hit a shot in the 4th, and Lucas hit a second homer in the 6th. Binghamton cruised to their ninth straight series victory.

SEASON TO DATE STATS

Player

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB

CS

AVG

OBP

SLG

E

Joe Bonfe

27

67

7

17

3

0

1

11

4

20

2

0

.254

.303

.343

1

Xorge Carrillo

11

37

1

7

0

0

0

2

1

7

0

0

.189

.225

.189

0

Darrell Ceciliani

62

238

34

62

13

4

2

25

14

66

15

2

.261

.311

.374

6

Allan Dykstra

62

195

34

63

20

0

12

50

53

59

0

0

.323

.473

.610

3

Blake Forsythe

48

169

20

34

11

1

4

19

18

57

3

0

.201

.279

.349

0

Alonzo Harris

59

223

30

54

9

0

4

15

16

48

16

8

.242

.293

.336

4

Rhyne Hughes

14

49

7

12

4

0

3

9

7

22

0

0

.245

.333

.510

0

Richard Lucas

55

201

26

47

7

1

4

19

17

56

4

3

.234

.305

.338

9

Daniel Muno

68

240

40

56

18

1

3

38

46

54

9

8

.233

.363

.354

8

Cesar Puello

57

212

47

71

13

2

14

49

14

48

17

4

.335

.405

.613

4

Josh Rodriguez

66

224

46

69

16

1

4

29

49

53

3

3

.308

.435

.442

9

Travis Taijeron

12

50

11

13

4

0

5

12

3

17

0

0

.260

.302

.640

0

Wilfredo Tovar

72

241

32

59

10

0

0

16

11

30

5

5

.245

.295

.286

6

Cory Vaughn

45

170

29

49

7

1

6

31

19

48

8

1

.288

.370

.447

2

Player

W

L

ERA

G

GS

IP

H

R

ER

HR

HB

BB

SO

WHIP

HLD

SV

John Church

2

3

3.00

28

0

33.0

29

11

11

2

0

9

37

1.15

7

0

Mark Cohoon

3

3

4.92

13

9

53.0

71

33

29

4

4

16

47

1.64

0

0

Pedro Feliciano

0

0

0.00

3

0

3.1

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0.00

0

0

Ryan Fraser

0

0

5.40

6

0

8.1

7

7

5

0

0

10

5

2.04

0

0

Jim Fuller

0

0

2.70

2

0

3.1

2

1

1

0

0

2

5

1.20

1

0

Erik Goeddel

6

2

4.09

13

13

70.1

68

32

32

5

3

27

69

1.35

0

0

Darin Gorski

1

0

2.00

2

2

9.0

7

2

2

0

1

4

12

1.22

0

0

Chase Huchingson

3

2

2.21

24

0

36.2

31

12

9

2

2

16

41

1.28

5

0

Adam Kolarek

2

1

1.60

22

0

33.2

24

8

6

1

2

12

29

1.07

5

0

Cory Mazzoni

3

2

3.99

9

9

49.2

53

32

22

4

2

13

54

1.33

0

0

Dylan Owen

0

0

9.00

2

0

2.0

4

3

2

0

0

2

0

3.00

0

0

Tyler Pill

1

1

7.58

4

4

19.0

29

17

16

1

0

8

17

1.95

0

0

Noah Syndergaard

1

0

3.00

1

1

6.0

5

2

2

0

0

1

7

1.00

0

0

Logan Verrett

8

3

3.97

14

14

93.0

83

42

41

13

2

21

77

1.12

0

0

Jeff Walters

4

2

2.59

28

0

31.1

25

9

9

2

1

11

31

1.15

0

17

Hi-A - St. Lucie Mets (2-2 / 39-32)________________________________________

BRADENTON 4, ST. LUCIE 2 (Box)

Going into late innings, the game was all Bradenton. The Marauders scored three runs off of Matthew Bowman and one against his replacement, Bret Mitchell, while St. Lucie could manage only a handful of hits against Bradenton starter Adrian Sampson. Finally, in the bottom of the 7th, St. Lucie caught a break: Matt Reynolds led off the inning reaching second on a throwing error, and one batter later, newcomer Jayce Boyd hit his first home run with his new team. Unfortunately, there would be no more breaks, as Marauder reliever Ryan Beckman shut down St. Lucie in the 8th and 9th innings.

SEASON TO DATE STATS

Player

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB

CS

AVG

OBP

SLG

E

Jayce Boyd

4

17

3

9

1

0

1

5

0

2

0

0

.529

.529

.765

1

Jonathan Clark

15

36

4

7

2

0

0

1

4

11

3

2

.194

.275

.250

0

Gilbert Gomez

69

224

23

49

9

0

0

17

27

72

3

5

.219

.313

.259

6

Brian Harrison

9

32

5

7

1

0

1

5

4

4

0

1

.219

.350

.344

0

Dustin Lawley

69

271

43

64

19

5

14

53

20

51

3

3

.236

.293

.498

1

Cam Maron

54

193

22

44

10

2

0

23

29

38

0

0

.228

.332

.301

7

Kevin Plawecki

4

17

2

4

1

0

1

5

0

3

0

0

.235

.235

.471

0

Dimas Ponce

5

16

1

1

0

0

0

1

2

6

0

0

.063

.167

.063

2

Matt Reynolds

68

261

40

64

15

5

3

30

22

46

5

1

.245

.329

.375

13

T.J. Rivera

67

280

37

78

14

1

0

32

17

49

3

2

.279

.339

.336

5

Aderlin Rodriguez

62

246

27

64

14

0

9

41

11

43

1

1

.260

.295

.427

10

Robbie Shields

37

142

19

39

11

0

2

9

8

29

4

1

.275

.313

.394

1

Charley Thurber

54

196

30

39

9

1

4

26

14

51

2

2

.199

.263

.316

1

Matt den Dekker

7

29

4

7

0

0

0

2

2

2

0

0

.241

.281

.241

0

Player

W

L

ERA

G

GS

IP

H

R

ER

HR

HB

BB

SO

WHIP

HLD

SV

Hamilton Bennett

1

0

1.45

26

0

31.0

28

5

5

0

0

8

31

1.16

2

5

Matthew Bowman

4

1

2.52

8

8

50.0

41

14

14

5

1

9

54

1.00

0

0

Chasen Bradford

4

2

4.54

25

0

35.2

40

18

18

3

0

8

33

1.35

4

3

T.J. Chism

0

3

2.08

25

0

30.1

32

7

7

0

1

9

25

1.35

0

9

Angel Cuan

6

1

3.79

12

9

59.1

63

26

25

10

2

6

53

1.16

0

0

Randy Fontanez

5

5

3.73

23

0

31.1

38

16

13

1

1

10

42

1.53

1

1

Rainy Lara

1

2

2.59

4

4

24.1

23

12

7

2

1

4

21

1.11

0

0

Luis Mateo

1

1

4.15

3

1

8.2

10

4

4

1

0

3

11

1.50

0

0

Bret Mitchell

0

0

3.00

2

0

3.0

2

1

1

0

0

2

2

1.33

1

0

Estarlin Morel

4

3

4.18

19

0

32.1

33

17

15

4

1

10

17

1.33

2

0

Alex Panteliodis

2

2

3.09

8

8

43.2

44

21

15

5

0

12

24

1.28

0

0

Hansel Robles

3

2

3.38

7

7

34.2

27

13

13

4

1

13

32

1.15

0

0

Domingo Tapia

2

4

4.08

12

12

53.0

48

27

24

3

2

27

47

1.42

0

0

Carlos Vazquez

0

0

1.69

8

1

16.0

12

3

3

1

0

3

12

0.94

1

0

Taylor Whitenton

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Lo-A - Savannah Sand Gnats (1-3 / 44-29)__________________________________

SAVANNAH 3, LEXINGTON 4 (Box)

With a neutered offense because of the promotion of one-two punch Kevin Plawecki and Jayce Boyd, the Sang Gnats lost their third straight game, just barely getting nudged out by the Lexington Legends in the 9th inning. Luis Cessa took the mound for Savannah and was solid, while his Lexington counterpart, Crawford Simmons, was considerably less so. For the first six innings, neither team did much- Savannah scored in the top of the 4th on a Cole Frenzel solo shot, but that was all of the offense either team could muster. Finally, in the late innings, the offense picked up. The Sand Gnats scored a run in the top of the 7th on a Jeff Glenn home run, and Lexington scored one of their own in the bottom of the inning on an RBI groundout. In the top of the 8th, Glenn once again came to bat, and once again drove in a run, this time on a line drive to left. Cessa began the bottom of the 8th, but was pulled after allowing a walk and a single. His replacement, Beck Wheeler, gave up a sac fly and a single that were charged to Cessa and tied the game. The Sand Gnats went down 1-2-3 in the top of the 9th, so Wheeler came back in to pitch the bottom of the inning. Michael Antonio, the very first batter he faced, deposited a Wheeler offering over the left field fences, and that was that.

SEASON TO DATE STATS

Player

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB

CS

AVG

OBP

SLG

E

Albert Cordero

2

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

0

0

.000

.125

.000

0

Maikis De La Cruz

37

141

17

38

6

4

2

18

14

33

3

2

.270

.346

.411

1

Yucary De La Cruz

45

166

23

36

13

0

0

5

11

33

3

2

.217

.264

.295

4

Phillip Evans

69

235

24

45

5

1

2

16

23

44

3

2

.191

.262

.247

20

Cole Frenzel

60

214

31

51

11

0

5

27

29

43

2

0

.238

.344

.360

11

Jeff Glenn

39

129

11

26

5

0

2

18

20

42

0

0

.202

.312

.287

3

Brandon Nimmo

46

179

31

51

6

5

1

21

24

55

2

3

.285

.384

.391

2

Eudy Pina

66

244

40

58

14

4

7

27

28

73

9

3

.238

.329

.414

4

Greg Pron

41

131

13

25

9

0

0

14

21

32

6

2

.191

.314

.260

0

Jeff Reynolds

47

164

17

45

6

0

2

21

11

33

0

4

.274

.326

.348

5

Stefan Sabol

60

213

32

46

8

2

6

23

28

66

9

4

.216

.310

.357

0

Nelfi Zapata

6

11

3

4

0

0

1

5

7

1

0

0

.364

.632

.636

0

Chad Zurcher

29

101

17

28

5

0

0

8

22

16

3

2

.277

.417

.327

2

Player

W

L

ERA

G

GS

IP

H

R

ER

HR

HB

BB

SO

WHIP

HLD

SV

Marcos Camarena

2

0

2.16

6

0

16.2

13

5

4

0

2

2

6

0.90

2

0

Hunter Carnevale

0

1

2.79

23

0

29.0

27

9

9

1

0

6

37

1.14

6

2

Luis Cessa

4

2

3.30

12

12

73.2

77

32

27

8

0

12

69

1.21

0

0

Michael Fulmer

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Julian Hilario

4

3

3.63

22

0

39.2

35

16

16

3

1

11

50

1.16

4

1

Matthew Koch

5

3

4.71

12

9

57.1

69

35

30

7

0

2

56

1.24

0

0

Jake Kuebler

2

2

2.50

12

4

39.2

35

12

11

3

3

5

30

1.01

2

1

Steven Matz

2

3

2.57

12

12

56.0

49

18

16

3

0

19

65

1.21

0

0

Wanel Mesa

0

0

0.00

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Paul Sewald

0

1

2.05

14

0

26.1

23

6

6

0

3

4

26

1.03

2

2

Logan Taylor

1

1

2.83

6

6

28.2

27

10

9

0

1

8

33

1.22

0

0

Tyler Vanderheiden

3

0

3.57

17

0

22.2

24

9

9

2

2

10

21

1.50

0

0

Beck Wheeler

0

4

1.84

22

0

29.1

19

6

6

2

2

7

42

0.89

1

6

Gabriel Ynoa

8

2

2.77

12

12

74.2

61

24

23

7

0

9

63

0.94

0

0

Short-A - Brooklyn Cyclones (3-3)

HUDSON VALLEY 3, BROOKLYN 4 / 13 (Box)

One heartbreaking loss later, the Cyclones continue to find themselves up against the early season juggernaut that is the Hudson Valley Renegades. Brooklyn found themselves playing catch-up early, as starter Dario Alvarez- not to be confused with Cuban defector Dariel Alvarez, who will be showcasing his talents June 26th, this Wednesday, for teams to see- allowed a first inning run to the streaking Renegades. Fortunately, Alvarez righted himself, and only allowed one more hit for the duration of his outing. Brooklyn got on the board in the bottom of the 3rd on a Gavin Cecchini RBI single. After a balk put Cecchini and Patrick Biondi on second and third, respectively, the Cyclones had the chance to surge ahead. Unfortunately, L.J. Mazzilli and Jared King both struck out swinging, and Brooklyn had to settle for just one. The score stayed tied for a few more innings, until Dawrin Frias, who came in to relieve Alvarez in the 5th, gave up three consecutive doubles, allowing two Hudson Valley runs to score. Brooklyn did not go down into the night without putting up a fight, as they pushed across a in the 8th and 9th, to force the game into extra innings. Innings came and went, neither team willing to lay down to the other, despite a few close calls. Finally, in the 13th inning, a team scored a run, and won the game...the Cyclones! James Roche socked a line drive that scored Jared King and won the ballgame.

Rk - Kingsport Mets (1-3)_____________________________

KINGSPORT 7, BRISTOL 0 (Box)

Centerfielder Champ Stuart started the game out with a bang, leading off the game with a triple. Amed Rosario whacked a double one batter later, and Kingsport was out to a quick 1-0 lead. From that point, they wouldn't look back, as they put up a two-spot in the 5th inning, a four-spot in the 6th inning, and another two spot in the 7th inning. In the 5th, Richie Rodriguez doubled, driving in Stuart and Bradley Marquez. In the 6th inning, Jeyckol De Leon drove in a run with a single, Pedro Perez drove in a run with a double, and Marquez hit a home run to center to drive in two. In the 7th inning, Yeixon Ruiz hit a double that drove in a run, and De Leon drove in another run with a sad fly. Carlos Gomez got the start for Kinsport. The 21-year-old right-hander out of Venezuela threw five scoreless innings, scattering three hits while walking none and striking two batters out. Fellow Venezuelan Andres E. Perez relieved Gomez, and pitched three more innings of scoreless ball. Dominican right-hander Ruben Reyes pitched the bottom of the 9th, and kept the shutout going, notching Kingsport's first win of the short season.

Star of the Night

There were a quite a few excellent performances yesterday afternoon/evening, but Noah Syndergaard was the obvious main story of the day, and -- because he lived up to expectations -- earns the Star of the Night. Honorable mentions go to Cesar Puello, Richard Lucas, Jacob deGrom, Jayce Boyd, and Champ Stuart.

Goat of the Night

There were no performances of unimaginable loathsomeness, so that's good. In light of Matt Harvey's dominant win over Philadelphia, being the magnanimous person that I am, I will declare amnesty for all less-than-stellar performances yesterday.

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