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New York Mets Daily Farm System Report - 9/1

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*All results from games played on Wednesday, August 31st 2011

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 Congratulations to Josh Satin and Josh Stinson who were both promoted to the ML roster last night

AAA - Buffalo Bisons (60-77)_______________________________________

SYRACUSE 3, BUFFALO 1 (Box)

Mark Cohoon wasn't bad, but the bats and the defense weren't up to par.  It's been another of those types of seasons in Buffalo.

AA - Binghamton Mets (64-72)_____________________________________

BINGHAMTON 6, ERIE 5 (Box)

Eric Campbell and Jeurys Familia had solid outings, and the B-Mets continued their climb back to respectability.  64-72 might not look great, but they've been much better since they bottomed out at 2 games under .500 in June.  Brad Holt really does look better in the bullpen, it wouldn't surprise me to see him getting a long look in the spring.

Hi-A St. Lucie Mets (33-32)________________________________________

FT. MYERS 11, ST. LUCIE 7 (Box)

Poor pitching doomed the Metsies in this one, but the offense really did an admirable job.  Cory Vaughn is flashing more power recently, as many of his outs have been the loud variety of late as well.  Gilbert Gomez is also continuing to impress, not looking over his head at the age of 19.

Short Season A- Brooklyn Cyclones (41-29)_______________________________________

BROOKLYN 4, LOWELL 1 (Box)

Danny Muno and Jeff Walters were the stars of this one, with the former looking particularly impressive yesterday.  The clones won't claim another division title this year, but as usual they were among the best teams in the NY Penn league.


 Star of the Night 

For mt money, it has to be Danny Muno.  He's just been doing everything at the plate well this year...hitting, taking walks, and showing respectable power.  He's also shown enough speed to swipe a few bags.  He's already looking to be a real steal, he's definitely one of the hitters whom I just can't wait to see advance a level or two in the spring.

Goat of the Night

It's probably Armando Rodriguez tonight.  He didn't do a whole lot well, so the results are right in line with the performance.