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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 5/17/16: "The first rule of Bullpen Club is: You do not give up the lead in Bullpen Club"

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

It says "Below 60," but his game score was way above that.
It says "Below 60," but his game score was way above that.
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*All results from games played on Monday, May 16, 2016

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (20-17)_______________________________________


Dilson Herrera led the game off with a home run and the offensive carnage continued from there on, as the 51s took an 8-0 lead by the fourth inning in a game that was never close against the Dodgers. Vegas starter Duane Below pitched above replacement level with seven shutout innings, but Dario Alvarez allowed four runs in his one inning of relief. When you're up 12-0, you can live with that.

Double-A - Binghamton Mets (16-19)_____________________________________


The B-Mets had a day off yesterday, but tonight they begin a series against the Altoona Curve with knuckleballer (not Dickey but) Mickey Jannis opening the series on the mound.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (20-17)_____________________________________


I'd rather forget about this game, but alas, recaps come with each minor league affair of the night. An all around poorly-played game, the St. Lucie offense was in tune, but the defense and the bullpen were as off-key as Carl Lewis doing the National Anthem. Four St. Lucie errors led to three unearned runs, and the tandem of Robert Coles and Jimmy Duff turned a 5-3 lead into an 8-5 deficit and a no decision for starter Corey Oswalt, despite the latter's six solid innings. For good news, Amed Rosario continues to sting the ball all over the FSL with two more hits, and Champ Stuart was devastating on the basepaths with three stolen bases.

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (19-18)__________________________________


Johnny Magliozzi had a very bad outing in his 0.2 innings of work, but in all fairness, the Columbia bats and fielding had a pretty poor outing themselves. The Fireflies could only muster three hits and one run against the Braves pitching, despite Rome starter Touki Toussaint having no control in his five innings of work. Chase Ingram pitched seven solid innings continuing his excellent season and Vinny Siena continues to be an on-base fiend with three walks, raising his line to .319/.455/.429.

Star of the Night

Dilson Herrera

Goat of the Night

Johnny Magliozzi