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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 6/14/17: One win and three should have wons

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

World Baseball Classic - Pool C - Game 5 - Dominican Republic v Columbia
Nabil Crismatt
Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

*All results from games played on Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (26-39)


The 51s and the River Cats kind of kept things even early. Sacramento scored a run in the top of the second, Las Vegas plated two in the bottom of the frame on a Desmond Jennings homer. Sacramento tied things up a 2-2 when they scored a run in the top of the third, Las Vegas made it a 5-2 game when Amed Rosario hit a two-run shot and Kevin Plawecki a solo shot. Plawecki socked a two-run homer in the fifth, Matt Reynolds added a solo shot of his own in the sixth, and in the eighth, everyone went crazy, batting around and scoring five more runs. The only silver lining that Sacramento had for the entire night is that, despite giving up seven earned runs, Tyler Beede gave them six innings, saving their bullpen.

Double-A - Binghamton Rumble Ponies (34-24)


The Rumble Ponies had plenty of opportunities, but time after time after time, they were unable to drive men home. The team went 11-36 last night, but went 0-10 with runners in scoring position, resulting in a loss in the series opener. Despite pitching into the seventh and allowing only three runs, Chris Flexen was tabbed with the loss. Binghamton’s only run came in the top of the first, when Luis Guillorme led off the game with a double, advanced on a Tomas Nido groundout, and came home to score on a wild pitch. Flexen allowed a pair of runs in the bottom of the frame, giving the SeaWolves a lead that they would not lose for the rest of the night.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (30-33)


Nabil Crismatt spun one of the best, if not the best, performances of any minor league pitcher, striking out thirteen batters, but the St. Lucie offense was unable to generate much offense, and as a result, the Colombian right-hander was tagged with the loss despite giving up only two runs over nine innings. The rehabbing Justin Nicolino gave up a pair of runs, but the Hammerhead bullpen held fast. Crismatt, meanwhile, only had one real hiccup; in the second, he allowed a three-run homer, giving the Hammerheads the three-run lead they’d end the game with.

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (37-26)


Columbia came into Greenville for an important series against the first place Drive, and it was an exciting game, although the Coleflies ended up on the wrong side of the ledger. Columbia's franchise-record nine-game winning streak came to an end, and they now trails the first-place Drive by a game and a half with five left in the first half. Gary Corning made another start and was if unspectacular, allowing four runs over seven innings. Columbia fell behind 4-0 after the first four innings, but got them all back in the top of the fifth. With the bases loaded, Reed Gamache singled into right, scoring a run. Tim Tebow followed with a double into left that scored two, and Gene Cone tied things with a line drive into center. Both teams put a few men in scoring position over the next few frames, but the Drive were the only ones able to get things going. Nick Lovullo led off the bottom of the ninth with walk, and was able to advance to second on a controversial play that probably was the wrong call. The next batter, Santiago Espina, hit a ground ball back up the middle, and Lovullo motored around third to walk things off for the Drive.

Star of the Night

Kevin Plawecki

Goat of the Night

Cameron Griffin