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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 8/11/16: A better ending in Brooklyn than in Flushing

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

Scarlyn Reyes
Scarlyn Reyes
Chris McShane

*All results from games played on Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Triple-A: Las Vegas 51s (57-62)


For the first time since May of 2006, the Isotopes swept the 51s. This loss came on the heels of losing both ends of a doubleheader yesterday. Las Vegas did mount a comeback, scoring four runs in the seventh and three in the eighth but fell short. Every 51s starter, outside of the pitcher Sean Gilmartin, recorded a hit. Gavin Cecchini blasted his sixth home run of the season. Kevin Plawecki added his sixth of the year, as well. Gilmartin was ripped for six runs in three innings of work.

Double-A: Binghamton Mets (54-61)


Binghamton utilized two big innings to push past Reading. They scored four runs in the second inning, highlighted by Philip Evans' sixth home run of the year. After striking out four times the day before, Amed Rosario bounced back with a three-hit performance. Rafael Montero pitched well in his three innings, striking out four, but left for undisclosed reasons. The bullpen was able to keep Reading mostly in check the rest of the way.

Advanced-A: St. Lucie Mets (61-50 / 26-18)

ST. LUCIE 3, FT. MYERS 1 F/7 (Box)

Just like two nights ago, there was supposed to be a doubleheader played, but the second game got suspended in the middle of the first inning.

Scarlyn Reyes spun six innings of one-run ball to pick up his eighth win of the season. He sat down 16 of the last 18 batters he faced. St. Lucie got off to a fast start with two runs in the first inning coming on an RBI double from David Thompson and a Luis Guillorme RBI single.

Low-A: Columbia Fireflies (52-63 / 16-29)


After going 0-for-7 with RISP last night, Columbia went 1-for-9 last night to lose the series finale to the Drive. Starter Andrew Church was lifted after allowing three runs in two innings. Seth Davis tossed three scoreless innings to keep Columbia in the game, being down 4-3 after seven innings. However Witt Haggard couldn't keep the Drive at bay, and it became too much for Columbia to overcome.

SS-A: Brooklyn Cyclones (27-25)


It was an exciting ending in Brooklyn as Gene Cone laid down a suicide squeeze to walk-off the Vermont Lake Monsters. Cone filled up the box score with three hits—two for extra bases—two RBIs, and a stolen base. The Cyclones used seven pitchers in this one with six throwing just one inning. Desmond Lindsay added his second multi-hit game in a row.

Rookie: Kingsport Mets (17-29)


Sixto Torres was a tough-luck loser in this one, yielding two runs—one earned—in six innings while striking out four. Kingsport put runners in scoring position three times but failed to score on all three occasions. The K-Mets made five errors on the night. Ugly. Blake Taylor, who some might remember as one of the pieces acquired in the Ike Davis trade with the Pirates, made his second appearance since undergoing Tommy John surgery and was roughed up in his inning of work.

Rookie - GCL Mets (16-22)


Despite being called after six innings due to rain, the GCL Mets exploded for 10 runs. They scored fives times in the first and second inning to propel themselves to an easy victory. Nicolas Debora pitched effectively enough in five innings to pick up the win. He struck out an impressive seven batters in five innings.

Star of the Night
Scarlyn Reyes

Goat of the Night

Sean Gilmartin