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New York Mets Daily Farm System Report - 5/19

*All results from games played on Wed, Mat 18th 2011

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Sorry to keep this one short and sweet, but I'm a bit disorganized at the moment as I pack to move.  Not all that much of real note happened last night anyway so I'll stick to the highlights.

AAA - Buffalo Bisons (17-24)_______________________________________


Casey Fossom gave up all 6 runs in his 5 innings of pitching.  He was very hittable on the evening, but at least he didn't walk anybody.  It's scary to think that he's very close to the top of our depth chart in the minors at the moment, as he's never been an exceptional pitcher.  With the majority of the Bisons either in NY or on the DL, there really wasn't a lot worthy of note going on in AAA last night.

AA - Binghamton Mets (13-23)_____________________________________


The game was called after 5 innings in New Hampshire last night due to yet more rain, but that may have been a blessing in disguise for the Binghamton bullpen.  Mark Cohoon was very hittable last night, allowing 11 hits and 11 runs in his 3.2 innings of work.  Only 6 runs were earned, as the defense was a little suspect in the driving rain.  You'd like to see better results, but considering the weather it's easy to write off last night as a fluke.

Hi-A St. Lucie Mets (25-15)________________________________________

ST. LUCIE 4, TAMPA 5 (Box)

We had an Angel Pagan sighting in Florida, as he went 1-3 with a walk and a bomb in his rehab start last night.  The very tall Scott Moviel pitched well enough to have the Mets in front when he exited the game, but the Mets bullpen let this one get away.

Lo-A Savannah Sand Gnats (19-20)__________________________________


I was surprised by a few things when I looked at the box score for this one.  First, everyone in the lineup was batting over the mendoza line.  Secondly, Cory Vaughn had a hitless evening (although he drew 3 walks).  The third and most notable thing was that Erik Goeddel pitched in relief yesterday (and did it well).  It's nice to see that at least one of the affiliates managed a win last night