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Mets Daily Prospect Report: 5/28/15, The long and winding road to recovery

Catch up on all of the Mets prospects in yesterday’s minor league action!

Travis d'Arnaud
Travis d'Arnaud
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*All results from games played on Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51's (29-18)_______________________________________


Let's just try to forget this game ever happened.

Double-A - Binghamton Mets (24-22)_____________________________________


Dillon Gee was solid in what is likely his last rehab start, but the B-Mets couldn't get over the hump and lost another one to Portland, their fourth loss in a row. The offense sputtered, dribbling out a season-low three hits. Sea Dog starter William Cuevas had trouble finding the plate all night, walking four batters, but he was able to wiggle in-and-out of danger time and time again thanks to Binghamton's inability to produce hits. Down by one in the 9th, the B-Mets almost tied it. Eudy Pina led the inning off with a double and moved up to third on a Jairo Perez ground out. Ninety feet from scoring, Gilbert Gomez struck out and, after Gavin Cecchini walked to put runners on the corners, Jared King whiffed to end the ballgame.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (22-24)_____________________________________


If you're one of those people who have been waiting for a Mets line-up to feature Michael Conforto in the outfield, Dominic Smith at first, Amed Rosario at short, and Travis d'Arnaud behind the dish, you're in luck. Of course, the line-up was the St. Lucie Mets rather than the New York Mets, and d'Arnaud was making a rehab start, but beggars can't be choosers.

In terms of actual game action, not too much went on last night at Tradition Field. Logan Taylor gave up four runs in the top of the 1st, his Lakeland counterpart, Matt Crouse, gave up one run in the bottom of the 1st, and that was that.

Low-A - Savannah Sand Gnats (21-25)__________________________________


The Sand Gnats are winners of three straight series, having taken two of three games with the Asheville Tourists with a win last night. Casey Meisner pitched seven strong innings- the third time in his last four starts he pitched as many innings- not allowing a hit until the 4th inning (unfortunately, that hit was a Shane Hoelsche solo home run). The offense, particularly the top of the line-up, was clicking all night. Jonathan Johnson and Jean Rodriguez combined to go 6-7 with four runs scored and three runs driven in.

Star of the Night

Casey Meisner

Goat of the Night

Tyler Pill