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

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*All results from games played on Sunday, June 5th 2011

AAA - Buffalo Bisons (26-32)_______________________________________


Mark Cohoon made his second start at triple A, and it wasn't very impressive.  Buffalo did absolutely nothing to help him through the first eight innings of the game, and their 5 run ninth inning rally came up just short as a result.  It's no surprise that the run explosion happened to coincide with Mike Minor being removed from the game, as he was excellent on the evening and never let the Herd get going.

AA - Binghamton Mets (18-36)_____________________________________


Binghamton wasn't really very good last night.  Collin McHugh made a very unimpressive start, allowing 12 baserunners in 4 1/3 innings of work.  The Mets offense didn't bail him out, as they failed to get on the scoreboard until the 7th inning in this one.  After showing signs of life in the 7th, the B-Mets offense went back to sleep for the 8th and 9th as Akron managed to avoid being swept.

Hi-A St. Lucie Mets (29-28)________________________________________


The Mets lost this one in walk off infield hit style, as Wilmer Flores made a nifty diving stop on a Xavier Scruggs grounder but was late with his throw going home.  Quiet night for the St. Lucie offense, but the pitching was good enough to keep it a low scoring affair.  At 29-28, St. Lucie remain tied for the division lead.

Lo-A Savannah Sand Gnats (31-25)__________________________________


It wasn't a great outing for Greg Peavey, but the Gnats offense did enough to win the ballgame anyway.  Savannah jumped out to an early lead, but after pitching four scoreless innings Peavy allowed 5 runs to cross the plate in the 5th and 6th innings.  Darrell Ceciliani's homer in the Eighth broke the tie, and allowed the Gnats to improve on their organization best record and remain comfortably in first.

Star of the Night 

Darrell Ceciliani has to be the star of last night, hitting a clutch home run to allow the Gnats to extend their division lead.  A few nice plays in the field never hurt your cause either.

Goat of the Night
Toss up here between several starters, but I'll give it to Collin McHugh as he was the only one who couldn't even get through the 5th.  Not a great night in general for the farm's starting pitching though.