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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 6/7/17: Welcome back, your dreams were your ticket out

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

Rafael Montero
Gordon Donovan

*All results from games played on Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (23-36)


A 2-1 game in the PCL? Weird. Las Vegas opened things with a first inning run off the bat of Kevin Plawecki, but the Bees had the final say when they plated two runs in the bottom of the ninth off of Chasen Bradford. Looking on the bright side, 2017 Rafael Montero pitched like 2013 Rafael Montero. Speaking of 2013, our old friend Cesar Puello walked off for the Bees with an RBI single into right. And speaking of old friends, our even older friend, Jefry Marte, tied the game in the ninth with a solo shot, his second of the year.

Double-A - Binghamton Rumble Ponies (31-20)


Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (30-27)


Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (30-25)


Another one in the books for the Colaflies, and a most exciting win it was. Gabriel Llanes was solid in his tenth start of the year, allowing three runs- two earned- on eight hits over seven, but his counterpart on Lexington, Ofreidy Gomez was even better, blanking Columbia over seven. After 97 pitches, Gomez was removed from the game, with Grant Gavin replacing him. The reliever was wild, walking Ali Sanchez, Milton Ramos, and Gene Cone to load the bases with only one out. Andrez Gimenes grounded out to first, scoring Sanchez and moving the runners up a base, and for a moment, it looked like Lexington might escape with just that one run. He faced Michael Paez, and with one swing of the bat, the otherwise morose offense suddenly woke up in the bottom of the eighth. Paez, Dash Winningham, and Desmond Lindsay all singled, with Paez and Lindsay both driving in two runners apiece. Max Kuhns came in to pitch the ninth, and though he had a bit of trouble, allowing a double and walking a batter, he was able to get the job done and slam the door on the Legends to start their series off on the right foot.

Star of the Night

Rafael Montero

Goat of the Night

Chasen Bradford