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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 5/1/17: Nobody lost by twenty runs

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

MLB: Spring Training-Detroit Tigers at New York Mets
Champ Stuart
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*All results from games played on Sunday, April 30, 2017

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


The Isotopes rallied late against Chasen Bradford, but the right-hander got the job done and saved his fifth ballgame, preserving Las Vegas’ slim two-run lead. Tyler Pill made his third start with the 51s and turned in a strong performance, shutting Albuquerque down for seven innings, allowing only two hits. Zach Jemiola was solid, but gave up RBI hits in the fourth and fifth. In the ninth, Amed Rosario’s seventh error allowed the Isotopes to score a run, but Bradford did not lose his composure, and quickly ended the ballgame.

Double-A - Binghamton Rumble Ponies (11-9)


The Rumble Ponies overcame a poor start by P.J. Conlon and narrowly edged out a victory in extra innings over the Fisher Cats. Losing 5-1, the Ponies started chipping away at New Hampshire’s lead starting in the third. They scored two in that inning, and added a run in the fourth to make it a one-run game. New Hampshire scored a run in the fifth, but the Rumble Ponies got it back in the bottom of the sixth to keep the deficit one run. In the ninth, Champ Stuart hit his second home run to tie the game up at 6-6. With the game tied 6-6 in the bottom of the eleventh, Binghamton loaded the bases with one out and Luis Guillorme hit the game winner, a single into left-center that scored David Thompson.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (10-14)


Johnny Magliozzi made it a little nerve-wracking, but St. Lucie held on and won their series against the first-place Threshers. Both teams combined for five home runs, one of them coming off of the bat of Brandon Nimmo, and one off the bat of a rehabbing Wilmer Flores. St. Lucie preplanned for the game to be a bullpen game, with Craig Missigman throwing 2.2 innings, Adam Atkins 2.0 innings, Kevin Canelon 2.1 innings, and the aforementioned Johnny Magz two innings.

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (13-12)


The Hickory does not have coverage on MiLB TV, and the Columbia Fireflies channeled my anger at this through their bats, punishing the Crawdads for 11 runs. Demarkus Evans, the Crawdads starter, got brutalized, allowing seven runs in two innings of work. His replacement, Reid Anderson, didn’t fare much better, giving up three runs in the fifth. Jordan Humpheys, on the other hand, was solid on the afternoon, scattering a few hits and allowing two runs.

Star of the Night

Champ Stuart

Goat of the Night

Dash Winningham