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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 5/28/16: Upper minors good, lower minors bad

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

Amed Rosario
Amed Rosario
Chris McShane

*All results from games played on Friday, May 27, 2016

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (25-22)__________________________________

LAS VEGAS 4, MEMPHIS 1 (Box)

Duane Below was solid, allowing a single run in the fourth inning, but things were looking a little dicey, as the Las Vegas offense was unable to plate any runs. That is, until the fifth inning, when Gavin Cecchini lined aground ball up the middle to drive in Niuman Romero. Things stayed tied until the seventh, when the 51s scored a pair of runs thanks to a fielding error by center fielder Tommy Pham. Dilson Herrera added an insurance run in the eighth, but it was unnecessary as the bullpen held.

Double-A - Binghamton Mets (19-27)____________________________

BINGHAMTON 6, TRENTON 3 (Box)

In front of a sellout crowd, the largest crowd at NYSEG so far this season, the B-Mets snapped their three-game losing streak, taking down the Yankees' Double-A affiliate and snapping their four-game winning streak. The Thunder scored a pair in the second off of Casey Delgado, but Binghamton exploded for six runs in the bottom of the fourth to take the lead. Luis Mateo allowed a run in relief in the eighth, but Akeel Morris shut the Thunder down in the ninth.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (21-20)_______________________________

GAME ONE

BRADENTON 7, ST. LUCIE 3 / 7 (Box)

In a sloppy affair on both sides, Bradenton outscored St. Lucie by four runs despite notching just one more hit. St. Lucie totaled ten hits, while Bradenton totaled eleven. Corey Oswalt did not look particularly good in his five innings, and neither did Robert Coles in his one inning. Colten Brewer, the Marauder starter, did not look particularly good, either. Bradenton reliever Nick Nieumann was the only one who pitched halfway decently, allowing two hits and no runs over two innings.

GAME TWO

BRADENTON 1, ST. LUCIE 0 / 7 (Box)

St. Lucie lost in the second game of the doubleheader, the make-up from May 4th, but at least this loss wasn't as sloppy as that of Game One. Both sides pitched well, with Bradenton just eeking out a win thanks to a sac fly in the bottom of the sixth. Jose Regalo, making his first start of the season, held St. Lucie scoreless over five innings, while Kevin McGowan did the same to the Marauders over four. In the sixth, Kelly Secrest allowed a double to Pablo Reyes to start the inning, and then saw the runner moved up on a sacrifice bunt. Chase Simpson lofted a pitch into left, and there was nothing anybody could do when Reyes scampered home to score the go-ahead run.

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (25-23)________________________________

WEST VIRGINIA 5, COLUMBIA 4 / 11 (Box)

Columbia lost a close one, falling in eleven innings to the Power. The two teams went back-and-forth with the lead until the eigthth, when West Virginia scored a run and tied things up 4-4. Over the next few innings, each respective bullpen put up zeroes. In the bottom of the eleventh, Christian Montgomery ran into Cole Tucker and Tito Polo. He simply gave up back-to-back doubles, and that was that.

Star of the Night

Amed Rosario

Goat of the Night

Christian Montgomery