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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 5/3/16: You Ynoa his name

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

Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

*All results from games played on Monday, May 2, 2015

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (12-11)_______________________________________

LAS VEGAS 6, EL PASO 3 (Box)

Gabriel Ynoa had another solid start for the 51s, tossing six-and-a-third innings of three-run ball, and Josh Edgin pitched a scoreless inning of relief as Las Vegas topped the Chihuahuas. The outing raised Ynoa's ERA to a still-extremely-impressive 2.05, especially in the pitcher's hell of Vegas. Gavin Cecchini, Ty Kelly, T.J. Rivera, and Roger Bernadina each contributed two hits, while Travis Taijeron blasted a two-run home run. Both Brandon Nimmo and Dilson Herrera sat for some reason—most likely just Wally being Wally.

Double-A - Binghamton Mets (11-10)_____________________________________

POSTPONED (RAIN)

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (14-11)_____________________________________

BRADENTON 11, ST. LUCIE 6 (Box)

Bradenton pulled off an impressive feat, scoring in seven straight innings and defeating St. Lucie by five. Josh Prevost was beat up for 11 hits and six earned runs in five-and-a-third innings, and reliever Jimmy Duff didn't fare much better. On the offensive side, Amed Rosario returned to the lineup with two hits, while Wuilmer Becerra stayed hot with another three hits. Champ Stuart was in full ceiling fan mode, striking out four times in five trips.

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (13-12)__________________________________

KANNAPOLIS 5, COLUMBIA 0 (Box)

A motley crew of fourth pitchers for the Intimidators (yes, that's a real team name) shutout the Fireflies on Monday night. Columbia batters struck out eleven times in the game, including six times in the final two innings, while mustering only a meager two hits and no walks. They also managed to commit three errors, leading to two unearned runs. Really a sloppy day for the position players.

Star of the Night

Gabriel Ynoa

Goat of the Night

The entire Columbia offense