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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 7/15/17: Jannis the Mannis

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

*All results from games played on Friday, July 14, 2017

TRIPLE-A LAS VEGAS (35-57)

ALBURQUERQUE 7, LAS VEGAS 2 (BOX)

It was a quiet offensive night for the 51s, who mustered eight hits but were only able to bring two of them home on a two run home run from Jayce Boyd. Stop me if you've heard his before, but Amed Rosario continued his impressive, going 1-for-3 with a walk.

Tyler Pill started the game, and allowed seven runs on twelve hits over five innings. The 51s bullpen—tonight consisting of Handel Robles, Ben Rowen, and Dustin McGowan—did not cede any more runs, but Las Vegas was unable to recover from their deficit.

Double-A Binghamton Rumble Ponies (48-38)

BINGHAMTON 2, READING 1 (BOX)

Following a strong outing from Chris Flexen, Mickey Jannis took the mound for the Rumble Ponies and pitched a gem, posting six strikeouts over seven innings and only allowing one run. Jannis contributed to his own cause, scoring on a passed ball from Ranfi Casamiro in the top of the third. Matt Oberste singled in the other Binghamton run, plating Luis Guillorme and giving them the final lead.

Guillmore went 0-for-3 with two walks. L.J. Mazilli went 2-for-5. Jannis went 2-for-2 and is now hitting .571 on the season.

Advanced-A St. Lucie Mets (41-48)

ST. LUCIE 8, DAYTONA 5 (BOX)

The Sunshine Mets are surging, taking their third consecutive game against the Tortugas. Merandy Gonzalez pitched well enough to earn the win, striking out three and allowing three runs over five innings. A rehabbing Josh Smoker allowed an RBI ground out from Alfredo Rodriguez.

Tim Tebow tripled in Patrick Mazeika during the second inning, but the offensive highlight of the night was a grand slam from Michael Paez.

Low-A Columbia Fireflies (48-40)

GREENSBORO 6, COLUMBIA 2 (BOX)

Not much happened at the plate for the Fireflies last night, as they scored two runs on five hits—an RBI single from Jacob Zanon and a home run from Desmond Lindsay. The Grasshoppers fared much better against ‘Flies starter Blake Taylor, putting up six runs in five innings of work. Joseph Zanghi and Matt Pobereyko both posted two innings each of solid relief, striking out three and five, respectively.

Short-A Brooklyn Cyclones (6-18)

STATE COLLEGE 4, BROOKLYN 3 (BOX)

Some ninth-inning runs made the conclusion to this one interesting, but the Cyclones were outlasted by the Spikes 4-3. Second baseman Walter Rasquin went 2-for-5 with an RBI. Outfielder Quinn Brodey was hitless on the night, but walked once and also contributed a run.

Rookie - Kingsport Mets (8-12)

PULASKI 9, KINGSPORT 5 (BOX)

The Pulaski Yankees put up all nine of their runs by the third inning, chasing Garrett Bryant from the game and leaving Yeudy Colon and Ronald Sanchez to clean up. The Mets posted five runs, most notably on the back of good outings from Jeremy Vasquez and Juan Uriarte.

Star Of The Night

Mickey Jannis

Goat Of The Night

Cody Decker