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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 4/22/16: Sometimes Offensive Kerosene Leaks into the Bullpen

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

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*All results from games played on Thursday, April 21, 2016

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (6-6)__________________________________


Gabriel Ynoa and RiverCats starter Albert Suarez each threw six strong innings last night at Raley Field; Suarez was the first to concede as the 51s scored in the top of the second on a Marc Krauss sacrifice fly. That run would stand until the bottom of the eighth when Sacramento put together a run against the tandem of Josh Smoker and Erik Goeddel. Despite constantly threatening against the home team's bullpen (including the bases loaded with none out in the seventh) the 51s couldn't capitalize and were sunk on a Gorkys Hernandez game-ending home run in the bottom of the ninth off Jeff Walters.

Double-A - Binghamton Mets (5-7)____________________________


Akeel Morris throws very hard, however, he threw it very hard and hittable last night as the B-Mets lost to the Erie SeaWolves 10-8 in gutwrenching fashion. Catcher Austin Green tied the game with a two-run home run off Morris in the top of the ninth before Erie tagged him for two more runs in the extra frame.  Dom Smith had two hits and a stolen base in the Mets loss.
Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (9-6)_______________________________


It was a tale of two Coreys last night on the mound for the S-Mets last night. First to Sixth inning Corey, Mr. Oswalt, threw 5.2 innings of shutout baseball before being relieved by Josh Edgin to end the sixth. However, Seventh to Eighth inning Corey, Mr. Taylor, surrendered a 4-0 lead during this span, although he was aided by Jhoan Urena throwing error that tied the game. The game would stay tied until the bottom of the 13th, when a Jeff Howell's second wild pitch of a Champ Stuart at-bat brought Philip Evans in to win this affair (the entire inning was a comedy of errors). Amed Rosario continues to sting the ball with a 3-for-5 night.
Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (8-7)________________________________


Ivan Wilson propelled the Fireflies to a 13-9 away win last night over Greenville. Heading into the top of the ninth down 9-8 facing Drive reliever Austin Glorius, Columbia scored five runs before recording an out, and Alex Paisha put an end to the insanity with a slightly clean ninth inning. Although both Thomas McIlraith and Christian Montgomery weren't at their best last night, three Columbia errors (two by Dash Winningham) led to three unearned runs on the night.

Star of the Night

Ivan Wilson

Goat of the Night

Akeel Morris