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Mets Daily Farm System Report 7/12: Get Yer Baseball Games Here

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*All results from games played on Monday, July 11th 2011

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AAA - Buffalo Bisons (38-53)_______________________________________

  • NIGHT OFF

For only a $5.00 donation to Team Gary, fans can watch the Major League Baseball All-Star Home Run Derby on the 80' BisonsTV HD board -the largest scoreboard in minor league baseball. Fans will also receive one FREE HOT DOG and COCA-COLA SOFT DRINK as well as chance to WIN PRIZES based on which Major League Star wins this year's Home Run Derby at Chase Field in Arizona!

AA - Binghamton Mets (23-44)_____________________________________

BINGHAMTON 5, NEW BRITAIN 3  (Box) Tobi Stoner was totally bummed that he couldn't be watching the home run derby with a hot dog and a coke on an 80 foot screen, man! That's like, so big. But Tobi's teammates picked him up as good teammates will, starting when Matt Den "Decked" it in the first and continuing through a battery of neat, early-inning scores: Raul Reyes homered and doubled and Satin spun Valdespin home. After that, totally mellow.

  • 2B Josh Satin: 1-4, RBI, BB, K; (.327/.425/.547)
  • CF Matt Den Dekker: 1-5, R, HR (2... 7 total), RBI, 3 K; Boy he strikes out a lot (.238/.337/.388)
  • 1B Allan Dykstra: 3-4, R, 2 2B, BB, K; (.266/.396/.446)
  • SS Jordany Valdespin: 0-3, SB(29); (.302/.348/.475)
  • RHP Tobi Stoner: 5 IP, 6 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 4 K; (43.2, 5.77, 53 H, 15 BB, 24 K, 8 HR)

Hi-A St. Lucie Mets (10-8 | 48-40)________________________________________

TAMPA 10, ST. LUCIE 1 (Box) Right-hander Gregory Peavey was drifting along easy. That is, until the waterfall.

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  • LF Juan Lagares: 0-3, BB; (.343/.382/.496)
  • RF Cory Vaughn: 0-3, K, HBP; Has taken 17 for the team(s) (.353/.441/.549)
  • SS Wilmer Flores: 0-4, 2 E(10); (.274/.315/.378)
  • CF Cesar Puello: 1-4, 2 K; (.228/.287/.332)
  • RHP Gregory Peavey: 4.2, 10 H, 8 R, 7 ER, 1 BB, 1 HBP, 4 K; (21.2 IP, 4.15, 23 H, 6 BB, 11 K, 0 HR)

Lo-A Savannah Sand Gnats (12-5 | 51-35)__________________________________

  • NIGHT OFF 

Short Season A- Brooklyn Cyclones (12-12)_______________________________________

BROOKLYN 3, CONNECTICUT 5 (Box) Brooklyn southpaw Chris Hilliard was raised in ol' Mississippi in a town of 947. (Last night's attendance: 1,242). He likes them to swing at that slow, dipping change, and roll soft ones to the infield leather. But Chris wasn't right, and Connecticut broke with a tremendous three-sacker in the third. Then Brooklyn broke, nipping at a Richard Lucas double with a 3-bag smash of their own. It was a reachable 3-2 contest, but SS Danny Muno showed his wet noodle, then a pair of wild pitches let it slip. We are unused to .500 baseball in Brooklyn, sir.

Applachian League (R)- Kingsport Mets (8-11)_______________________________________
  • NIGHT OFF

Gulf Coast League (R)- GCL Mets (10-4)____________________________________________

  • NIGHT OFF

 Beaming Star of the Night 

Mr. Allan Dykstra with his pair of doubles and his run and his walk and his 3-4. Allan of course came over in the hey-why-not deal for Eddie Kunz, so let's check in with Eddie: 40.2 IP, 5.53 ERA, 45 H, 20 BB, 13 K, 3 HR. Dykstra could suck pretty bad and still look pretty good. But hey, he doesn't suck! Allan "no relation" Dykstra has posted a pleasantly surprising.266/.396/.446 line, a marked improvement on previous years at a higher rung on the ladder. He's both striking out and walking at about the same high rates as last year (26.7 and 16.0, respectively) and his BA floats on a .356 BABIP, and... at 24 he's not young. Still, a nice little trade.


Stinking Goat of the Night

Gregory Peavey and the waterfall.