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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 7/01/15: Oh, Gee-ze

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

Dillon Gee
Dillon Gee
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*All results from games played on Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51's (45-34)_______________________________________


In a battle of two MLB-caliber pitchers, Dillon Gee got obliterated by the Rainiers while the rehabbing Hisashi Iwakuma looked the part. The 51s scored three runs off of former Mariner Danny Farquhar in an offensive explosion in the seventh, but were silenced for the rest of the game.

Double-A - Binghamton Mets (38-37)_____________________________________


After an early 2-2 lead, the B-Mets blew the game open with a three-run fifth inning and a four-run seventh. Robert Gsellman allowed one more Erie run in the bottom of the seventh, and Jon Velasquez allowed two more in the eighth, but the lead Binghamton built up stood.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (38-38 / 3-3)_____________________________________

TAMPA 3, ST. LUCIE 2 (Box)

Losing to the Yankees- at any level- stinks. Rob Whalen and Tampa starter Rookie Davis both pitched reasonably well, tossing five scoreless innings each. In the top of the sixth, St. Lucie got to him, plating two runs. Moments later, in the bottom of the inning, Tampa plated two against Whalen, tying the game. Kelly Secrest pitched a scoreless seventh, but after leading off the eighth with a double, gave up what would be the winning run when he uncorked a wild pitch that allowed the runner- who had moved up to third on a productive out- to score.

Low-A - Savannah Sand Gnats (40-35 / 2-5)__________________________________


The GreenJackets beat up on Ricky Knapp, scoring a run in the first, another in the second, and three in the third. Knapp would last only one more inning, before giving way to Edioglis Villasmil. The Venezuelan righty pitched a bit better than Knapp, allowing two hits over his four innings. One of those hits, unfortunately, was a home run. The Savannah offense, meanwhile, was handcuffed by staff ace Samuel Coonrod and relievers Rodolfo Martinez and Dusten Knight.

SS-A - Brooklyn Cyclones (7-4)_______________________________________


The Cyclones opened the ballgame with a pair of runs off of Doubleday starter McKenzie Mills, giving them a quick 2-0 lead. David Thompson plated the first run with a double, and Brandon Brosher plated the other on a mess of a play that turned out to be a double play- the runner crossed the plate before Thompson was tagged out at third, so that's all that matters. Auburn got a run back in the bottom of the inning off of Kevin Canelon, and then another in the second, tying the game at 2-2. In the sixth, Jose Celas was brought in to relieve Canelon. He immediately allowed a pair of singles, the second of which scored a run. He had traffic all inning, and only a play at the plate prevented a second run from scoring. One, two, or ten runs, it wouldn't make a difference, since the Doubleday bullpen proceeded to shut the Cyclones down for the rest of the game.

Rookie - Kingsport Mets (5-3)__________________________


Shutouts are the best kind of wins. Audry German blanked the Braves for seven innings and gave way to 2015 draftee Joe Shaw, who held them scoreless for the final two. The Kingsport offense wasn't exactly firing on all cylinders either, but Kevin Kaczmarski broke the scoreless tie with a home run in the sixth and that proved enough.

Rookie - GCL Mets (3-4)__________________________


Star of the Night

Michael Conforto

Goat of the Night

Dillon Gee