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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 7/6/16: It All Comes Together in the End

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

Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

*All results from games played on Tuesday, July 5, 2015

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (45-39)_______________________________________

LAS VEGAS 10, SALT LAKE 4 (Box)

Darin Gorski pitched seven above-average innings while his opposing starter, Salt Lake's Blayne Weller, threw 4.1 abysmal innings propelling the 51s to a 10-4 win last night at Cashman Field. Kevin Plawecki and Johnny Monell each hit home runs, but Gavin Cecchini's struggles continue in the field as he committed his 27th error.

Double-A - Binghamton Mets (36-48)_____________________________________

HARTFORD 11, BINGHAMTON 3 (Box)

Despite taking place in NYSEG Stadium in Binghamton, this series has been home games for Yard Goats due to the ensuing issues over the status of their ballpark in Hartford. The B-Mets offense did strike against Hartford pitching for 12 hits and 8 walks, but proceeded to go 1-for-11 with runners in scoring positions and leave 16 men on base. Jim Henderson's rehab stint struggles continued, allowing four hits and four runs in his inning of relief.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (41-38 / 6-6)_____________________________________

FT. MYERS 14, ST. LUCIE 0 (Box)

Chris Flexen was hit early and often, while the Mets' offense was held to six singles during last night's 14-0 loss to the Miracle. John Mora and Kevin Taylor each had two hits apiece.

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (40-43 / 4-9)__________________________________

COLUMBIA 4, CHARLESTON 3 (Box)

The Colaflies were clutch last night, and being clutch is everything in life. Dash Winningham's RBI single in the bottom of the eighth game Columbia the 4-3 lead they would not relinquish. Kevin Canelon only needed 92 pitches to throw eight strong innings, while Tyler Bashlor got his third save of the season. Jeff Diehl also smacked his ninth home run of the season.

SS-A - Brooklyn Cyclones (9-10)_______________________________________

BROOKLYN 5, BATAVIA 1 (Box)

Cyclone pitching once again kept the Muckdog offense at bay, allowing only four hits and walking one during their 5-1 win at Dwyer Stadium last night. Brooklyn was aided by wild Batavia pitching last night with eight walks and two wild pitches helping to propel the offense. Nick Sergakis and Darryl Knight each had two hits, while left fielder Hengelbert Rojas had two outfield assists.

Rookie - Kingsport Mets (4-9)__________________________

GREENEVILLE 10, KINGSPORT 3 (Box)

The K-Mets had a good offensive showing with 13 hits, but had lousy pitching performances all around. Jordan Humphreys was strong through his first four innings protecting a slim 1-0 Kingsport lead before allowing four runs in the fifth to give the Astros an insurmountable lead. Juan Carlos Medina allowed four runs of his own during in two innings of relief, and Gregorix Estevez allowed two runs during his two relief innings. Jose Maria was the offensive stud with three hits and two doubles.

Rookie - GCL Mets (6-4)__________________________

GCL METS 3, GCL CARDINALS 2 (Box)

Reed Gamache continued his strong start to the GCL season as his ninth-inning triple put him in scoring position, and Kenneth Bautista drove him in three batters later for the go-ahead and eventual winning run yesterday. Despite also committing two errors, Gamache, an undrafted free agent from SUNY Binghamton, has a .500/.522/.667 split through six GCL games so far. 20-year-old Wagner Lagrange had two doubles, propelling his season splits to .472/.558/.583. It may be instructs but it's something, no?

Star of the Night

Darin Gorski

Goat of the Night

Chris Flexen