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New York Mets Daily Farm System Report: 5/21/12

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PORT ST. LUCIE, FL - MARCH 05: Josh Satin #3 of the New York Mets bats during a preseason game against the Washington Nationals at Digital Domain Park on March 5, 2012 in Port St. Lucie, Florida.  (Photo by Sarah Glenn/Getty Images)
PORT ST. LUCIE, FL - MARCH 05: Josh Satin #3 of the New York Mets bats during a preseason game against the Washington Nationals at Digital Domain Park on March 5, 2012 in Port St. Lucie, Florida. (Photo by Sarah Glenn/Getty Images)
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*All results from games played on Sunday May, 20th

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AAA - Buffalo Bisons (26-18)_______________________________________

INDIANAPOLIS 4, BUFFALO 1 (Box)

The Buffalo bats were quiet, registering only 2 hits on the evening. They didn't have a true starter in this one, instead opting for a bunch of relievers with spring training style outings. All in all, this was just a poor game for the surprisingly good Bisons.

AA - Binghamton Mets (21-20)_____________________________________

BINGHAMTON 11, PORTLAND 7 (Box)

The Bingo pitching didn't look the greatest, but the Bingo bats didn't disappoint. Even Reese Havens got in on the action, with a rare hit for the former first round pick. Kevin Mulvey also looked nothing like his former self, it's hard to believe he was once a part of the Johan Santana trade.

Hi-A St. Lucie Mets (34-9)________________________________________

LAKELAND 2, ST. LUCIE 1 (Box)

Angel Cuan giveth, Ryan Fraser taketh away. The St. Lucie offense did next to nothing in this one, but it still looked like the pitching would lead them to win number 35 on the season. In typical Mets fashion, the bullpen couldn't hold the lead and the Mets dropped to just 25 games over .500.

Lo-A Savannah Sand Gnats (26-16)__________________________________

SAVANNAH 5, AUGUSTA 3 (Box)

Great starting pitching and a fair amount of power are a good combination. The Gnats had a fairly good night on the whole despite a minor blip from the bullpen.

Star of the Night

There were some decent games out there last night, but for my money the star of the night has to be Angel Cuan. Three baserunners in a little over six innings of work is the type of pitching that should lead to a St. Lucies win almost every time.

Goat of the Night

If Cuan was the star, Ryan Fraser has to be the goat. Fraser came in and undid the great work Cuan did, and while not horrible it ended up being a disappointing night for St. Lucie.