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Mets Daily Prospect Report: 4/15/16, Three Wins and a Shutout

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

Mickey Jannis
Mickey Jannis
Chris McShane

*All results from games played on Thursday, April 14, 2016.

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (3-3) __________________________________


The 51s ended a two-game losing streak, defeating the Sacramento River Cats 6 to 2 last night at Cashman Field. After four scoreless innings apiece between Seth Lugo and Cats starter Chris Stratton, Hak-Ju Lee's leadoff home run in the fifth inning game the visitors the lead. However in the bottom of the frame, Vegas bats woke up to the tune of three runs courtesy of a Roger Bernadina sacrifice fly and a Gavin Cecchini single that plated two runs. The bottom of the sixth proved to be as fruitful for the 51s with three more runs again aided by a key Bernadina hit for a 6-1 lead. Jeff Walters then loaded the bases with no one out in the top of the seventh before a double play and a line out limited the damage to one run, and Chasen Bradford pitched the final two innings to nail down a 6-2 win.

Double-A - Binghamton Mets (3-2) _____________________________


To co-opt on my colleague Mr. Roth yesterday, the B-Mets for the second consecutive day set a season-high for hits in a game as they brought the big lumber to Jerry Uht Park last night. Despite the offense, the focal point was on knuckleballer Mickey Jannis taking a no-hitter into the seventh and baffling the SeaWolves all night. The B-Mets knocked Erie started Myles Jaye out of the game early, and held a 7-0 lead after three. Every starter had a hit, with L.J. Mazzilli and Niuman Romero pacing the way with three apiece.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (5-3)______________________________


Chris Flexen had a good outing, but a three-spot from Dunedin was all the the Blue Jays needed as three pitchers combined to shutout the S-Mets. Patrick Biondi had two hits and Luis Guillorme had a double. 
Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (5-3)________________________________


The Fireflies treated a capacity crowd of 9,077 to a 4-1 victory over the Greenville Drive Thursday at the inaugural game at Spirit Communications Park. P.J. Conlon pitched six strong innings, and five extra base hits propelled the Columbia offense despite twelve strikeouts.

Star of the Night

Mickey Jannis for throwing the knuckley, and P.J. Conlon making his Falls Road homies proud

Goat of the Night

This is a brutal business, Chris Flexen, and I am a brutal man.