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New York Mets Daily Farm System Report - 6/13/11

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*All results from games played on Sunday, June 12th 2011

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AAA - Buffalo Bisons (27-38)_______________________________________


Buffalo gave up six runs in the first two innings, chasing starter Josh Stinson from the game.  The bullpen did a nice job for the next six innings, but allowing four more runs to cross in the ninth pretty much killed any chance of a rally late.

AA - Binghamton Mets (20-41)_____________________________________


Jeurys Familia pitched well, although the 4 earned runs he gave up won't reflect that.  His eleven strikeouts were a season high for Binghamton.  Saloman Mariquez hit a game tying two run shot in the ninth to send it to extras, and Allen Dykstra hit a go ahead double in the twelfth to win it for the B-Mets.

Hi-A St. Lucie Mets (32-31)________________________________________


As usual, Darin Gorski pitched well enough for St. Lucie to win yesterday.  When the Mets managed to tie the game at 2 in the eighth it looked like his strong start would not go to waste.  Unfortunately for the Mets Jeffrey Kaplan was absolutely terrible last night, facing eight batters without recording an out.  Even with the loss, St. Lucie has manged to stay a game up in the Southern division.

Lo-A Savannah Sand Gnats (36-26)__________________________________


The Gnats have now won 17 of their last 21, and their magic number to clinch a playoff spot (for the first half winner) is now at two.  With a walk, hit by pitch, and bunt/errant throw the Gnats got the 4 run eighth going that eventually led to the win.  Nice performance by the pitching staff in this one, keeping the Gnats in the game until the offense finally broke through.

Star of the Night

For my money, it has to be Allen Dykstra.  Nice game if unspectacular, but that seemed to be the story of the entire system last night.

Goat of the Night
Easy call tonight, Jeffrey Kaplan walks away with this one easily.