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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 5/25/17: Gee whiz, that was a lot of baseball

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

Chris McShane

*All results from games played on Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Triple-A: Las Vegas 51s (19-28)

ROUND ROCK 3, LAS VEGAS 1 (BOX)

Old friend Dillon Gee struck out nine over six scoreless innings as the Express defeated the 51s 3-1 in Texas. Round Rock scored one in the second and two in the third (one on an RBI single from another former 51, Cesar Puello) to give Gee a cushion. Vegas mounted their lone threat against Gee in the top of the fourth, as Brandon Nimmo led off with a walk and Dominic Smith moved him to third on a one-out double, but strikeouts of Travis Taijeron and Desmond Jennings killed the rally. Vegas added their lone run in the eighth courtesy of an Amed Rosario RBI single.

Double-A: Binghamton Rumble Ponies (25-15)

GAME 1: BINGHAMTON 1, RICHMOND 0 /7 (Box)

It was all P.J. Conlon in game one in Richmond, as the lefty shut down the Flying Squirrels in Binghamton's 1-0 victory. Rehabbing Asdrubal Cabrera played all seven innings at shortstop in the game. Kevin Kaczmarski followed a Tomas Nido double with an RBI single in the top of the fourth to plate the game's only run. Conlon set down the last 16 Squirrels in order to preserve the win.

GAME 2: BINGHAMTON 5, RICHMOND 0 /6 1/2 (Box)

Donovan Hand recorded a rain-aided complete game shutout, as the weather relented enough to allow Binghamton to complete a 5-0 victory over Richmond that was called after the top of the seventh. The game was scoreless until the Ponies broke out of the barn for three runs in a wild top of the fifth thanks in part to a David Thompson RBI double, a successful Hand sacrifice bunt with the bases loaded (good fundies!), and multiple wild pitches. Jio Mier added a home run in the seventh.

Advanced-A: St. Lucie Mets (22-25)

ST. LUCIE 8, BRADENTON 4 (Box)

St. Lucie's bats broke out for eight runs over the first five innings in Bradenton, then cruised the rest of the way to an 8-4 victory. John Mora, Nick Sergakis, and Dale Burdick led the charge, each homering. With Chris Flexen only going 3.1 innings as he still works his way back from injury, the St. Lucie bullpen pieced the rest of the game behind an effectively wild Justin Dunn (walking two and striking out four over three innings) and an ineffectively wild Tyler Bashlor (four walks over 0.2 innings) before Johnny Magliozzi closed it out for his fourth save.

ROSTER ALERT: Nick Sergakis assigned to St. Lucie Mets from Brooklyn Cyclones. Leon Byrd assigned from St. Lucie to Brooklyn.

Low-A: Columbia Fireflies (22-21)

GAME 1: COLUMBIA 3, CHARLESTON 0 / 7 (Box)

Jordan Humphreys dominated in Game 1 of this doubleheader, striking out 10 in twirling the shutout, lowering his ERA to 1.57 on the season. Michael Paez and Andres Gimenez chipped in two hits apiece to pace the Columbia offense. The top of the seventh opened with a hit-by-pitch and a double for the Riverdogs, but Humphreys went strikeout, strikeout, pop out to seal the deal.

GAME 2: CHARLESTON 10, COLUMBIA 5 / 5 (Box)

In a replay of Binghamton’s night, rain shortened the back end of this doubleheader as well. The Colaflies were unable to match the Ponies with two shutouts, though, as the Riverdogs scored early and often to split the doubleheader with the 10-5 victory in five innings.

Star of the Night

Jordan Humphreys

Goat of the Night

Travis Taijeron