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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 8/8/16: A night of insane box scores

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

Kingsport mascot Jessica Rudman

*All results from games played on Sunday, August 7, 2016

Triple-A: Las Vegas 51s (57-59)


Four errors by the Las Vegas infield allowed four unearned runs in a 9-2 loss to Albuquerque. Gabriel Ynoa started and went four innings, allowing four runs (two earned) and striking out three. Jeff Walters allowed two unearned runs in his two innings of work, and Chasen Bradford allowed three further runs in the eighth. T.J. Rivera continued to make his case for a promotion, notching the only RBI for the 51s.

Double-A: Binghamton Mets (53-60)


Despite having their first and second hitters go 0-for-10 with seven strikeouts, Binghamton beat up on the Yard Goats 9-2. Dominic Smith went 2-for-5 with a double and scored three runs, while Matt Oberste, Victor Cruzado, and Xorge Carrillo also notched multiple hits. Amed Rosario pinch hit and walked, then made an error at shortstop after remaining in the game.

Advanced-A: St. Lucie Mets (35-32 / 24-18)


St. Lucie rallied back from a six-run deficit with a nine-run fifth, then won on a walkoff in the ninth, 11-10. Starter Mickey Jannis was beaten up for six runs in three-plus innings, but the Mets had built a 10-6 lead going to the eighth. Kelly Secrest, Robert Coles, and Corey Taylor coughed that lead up however, and the game went to the bottom of the ninth tied 10-10. Jhoan Urena led off with a walk and was sacrificed to second by Vinny Siena. An infield single put runners at first and second, and a walk to Jonathan Johnson loaded the bases. Patrick Biondi came through with single to drive in Urena and win the game.

Low-A: Columbia Fireflies (36-34 / 15-28)


The Fireflies managed to score seven runs on only five hits, but that wasn’t enough to top Rome, as Columbia lost 9-7. Starter Raul Jacobson allowed six runs in only three innings, but the Fireflies managed to tie the game at six in the top of the seventh. Craig Missigman and Seth Davis gave the lead right back to Rome however, and the Fireflies’ offense couldn’t recover.

SS-A: Brooklyn Cyclones (24-25)


Erik Manoah made one of the worst starts you’ll ever see, allowing ten runs in 1+ innings in an 18-4 loss to Tri-City. Brooklyn’s relievers were better, but that’s an extremely low bar to clear, and they still allowed eight more runs over the next seven innings. Peter Alonso continued his extra-base proficiency, hitting another two doubles. Colby Woodmansee went 0-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts, and Desmond Lidnsay went 1-for-4.

Rookie: Kingsport Mets (16-28)


Six separate Kingsport Mets had three or more hits in an 18-5 shellacking of Bristol. Kingsport scored multiple runs in four innings and at least one run in six innings in the offensive outburst. Jeremy Wolf led the way with a double and a grand slam, while Franklin Correa recorded four hits in six at-bats. Starter Adonis Uceta was mediocre, but got the win thanks to the lopsided score.

Rookie - GCL Mets (15-21)


The GCL Mets couldn’t muster any offense in a 5-1 loss to the GCL Marlins. Starter Luis De Los Santos allowed three runs over 5.2 innings, and Richard Reina allowed two more in his 0.1 innings of work. Carlos Sanchez and Rigoberto Terrazas managed two hits apiece, and Miguel Patino had the only RBI for the Mets.

DSL Update:
  • SS Andres Gimenez: .349/.467/.544, 3 HR, 34 BB, 20 K, 11 SB, 6 CS
  • SS Gregory Guerrero: .255/.341/.288, 0 HR, 23 BB, 39 K, 9 SB, 2 CS
  • SS Yoel Romero: .158/.236/.211, 0 HR, 10 BB, 23 K, 7 SB, 3 CS
  • SS Edgardo Fermin: .238/.354/.346, 0 HR, 21 BB, 19 K, 9 SB, 2 CS
  • SS Shervyen Newton: .171/.340/.244, 0 HR, 15 BB, 22 K, 0 SB, 2 CS
  • OF Tulio Garcia: .138/.341/.170, 0 HR, 26 BB, 45 K, 4 SB, 1 CS
  • LHP Daniel Guzman: 16 G (3 GS), 48.1 IP, 2.79 ERA, 39 K, 12 BB
  • RHP Jhoander Churio: 14 G (0 GS), 27,2 IP, 1.95 ERA, 16 K, 12 BB
Star of the Night

The entire Kingsport Offense

Goat of the Night

Erik Manoah