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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 6/18/16: That was the game that never ends; it went on and on my friends

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

If you don't hit up Nathan's before a Cyclones game, you're doing it wrong
If you don't hit up Nathan's before a Cyclones game, you're doing it wrong
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*All results from games played on Friday, June 17, 2016

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (34-33)__________________________________

SALT LAKE 7, LAS VEGAS 2 (Box)

Duane Below put the 51s in a hole early, and they just weren't able to climb out of it. The Bees were able to string hits together, scoring seven runs on twelve hits and no home runs, while Las Vegas was unable to get much done in that regard, scoring both runs on solo shots by Johnny Monell and Roger Bernadina.

Double-A - Binghamton Mets (28-37)____________________________

TRENTON 5, BINGHAMTON 1 (Box)

Things I learned at this game: (1) Ducks can swim really fast when they want to. (2) Dom Smith slimmed down a little. (3) What the dab is. (4) A side dish of bacon at Cracker Barrel is literally two strips. (5) Trenton is doing a fireworks show set to the songs of Nickleback in August. (6) Josh Zeid does not have a single put away pitch, and his scouting report from almost ten years ago is still basically true.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (33-31)_______________________________

NO GAME (ALL-STAR BREAK)

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (35-33)________________________________

ASHEVILLE 6, COLUMBIA 2 (Box)

Gaby Almonte faltered early, putting the ColaFlies in a 3-0 deficit early, but in the fifth, Jeff Diehl blasted his sixth home run of the year to make the score 3-2 and put Columbia back in the game. An inning later, Almonte allowed three more runs, giving the Tourists a four-run margin. Johnny Magliozzi stopped the bleeding, and prevented Asheville from scoring for the rest of the game, but the Columbia offense was sluggish and was unable to plate additional runs.

Short-A -€” Brooklyn Cyclones (0-1)__________________________________

STATEN ISLAND 3, BROOKLYN 2 / 20 (Box)

That isn't a typo. It took twenty innings to finally get a winner between Staten Island and Brooklyn, the longest opening day in Brooklyn Cyclones, Staten Island Yankees history, and NY-Penn League history.

Star of the Night

Ali Sanchez

Goat of the Night

Yeffry De Aza