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Mets Daily Farm System Report 8/17 -- Bingo's Bangin', Harvey Steady, Three-Hit Satin

*All results from games played on Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

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AAA - Buffalo Bisons (52-72)_______________________________________

TOLEDO 2, BUFFALO 3 (Box): Right-hander Dylan Owen loaded up the bases and let one slip, hitting a batsman with nowhere to put him. But out of that fourth-inning jam Dylan wiggled free, and though seven safe hits were made off him in 6.2 innings, that was the only run to score. In the sixth inning, Zach Lutz lashed the tieing run out of the park, and it only remained for Josh Satin to work his sorcery. Nickeas scored him in the seventh, and he clipped home Lutz in the ninth. Ballgame.

AA - Binghamton Mets (51-70)_____________________________________

NEW BRITAIN 5, BINGHAMTON 17 (Box): Oo-ee! The B-Mets scored two touchdowns and a field goal to drive the Rock Cats to the loamy turf. Five Mets with multiple hits, five Mets with plural RBIs, seven Mets taking a walk, 15 Met hits, 24 Met total bases. Meanwhile, our boy Matt Harvey pitched a steady five innings with a couple of walks, a few who-cares runs, and six Ks. Feast on the lines below.

Hi-A St. Lucie Mets (27-24)________________________________________

PALM BEACH 8, ST. LUCIE 4 (Box) SP Kyle Allen couldn't pitch hay, and but for a thrilling Mets 5th -- four runs without an extra-base hit -- no way the Mets were climbing back.


Lo-A Savannah Sand Gnats (32-18)__________________________________

ASHEVILLE 2, SAVANNNAH 3 (Box) 22-year-old Panamanian right-hander Angel Cuan has walked 13 and struck out 88 in 102 innings of Georgia work. Last night, Asheville worked out a second-inning run then clammed up through the rest of Angel's 6-inning beauty. On the Gnat's side of the ball, the heroes loaded the bases in the third and got a man plunked home. Again in the eighth they did it with class: walk, passed ball, fielder's choice, error, walk, and a 2-1 lead. RP Hamilton Bennett jogged out to close it but blew it. In the bottom of the 13th, the Gnats walked off on a two-out Aderlin Rodriguez dinger.


Short Season A- Brooklyn Cyclones _______________________________________

NYPL NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL-STARS 7, NYPL AMERICAN LEAGUE ALL-STARS 3 (Box): In the final inning, our own shortstop Danny Muno crashed a two-RBI double off the left field wall to put the NL All-Stars out of spitting distance. 

Applachian League (R)- Kingsport Mets (30-24)_______________________________________

Gulf Coast League (R)- GCL Mets (23-24)_______________________________________


 Beaming Star of the Night 

Juan Lagares laced a double and two triples in that ridiculous game, crashing down every fence in the yard and making four RBI. The 22-year-old outfielder has been a monster since his call up to AA, slashing .414/.429/.609 in 20 ballgames. His complete season OPS is a large .911.

Stinking Goat of the Night

Kyle Allen was born near an Air Force base in Azores, Portugal, where his dad was stationed, but moved to the U.S. as a toddler. The 21-year-old has struggled in Hi-A for the second straight year, improving last year's 1:1 BB:K ratio to this year's 55 walks and 70 whiffs.