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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 8/2/17: Amazin’ Amed-less minors

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

New York Mets v Colorado Rockies
Kevin Plawecki
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*All results from games played on Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (41-69)

LAS VEGAS 3, COLORADO SPRINGS 0 (Box)

What the heck is going on? Another Las Vegas shutout. Missing Amed Rosario, the 51s took the rubber game of the four-game set against the Sky Sox. Las Vegas took an early lead on a Kevin Plaecki double, and added to it with a Dominic Smith triple and another RBI hit by Plawecki.

Double-A - Binghamton Rumble Ponies (60-45)

BINGHAMTON 3, TRENTON 1 (Box)

The Rumble Ponies picked up a game on the first place Thunder, beating the Yankees affiliate in their series opener. Robert Gsellman initially toed the rubber, making his second rehab start, and the right-hander looked a lot better in this tune-up. He tossed three scoreless innings, scattering a pair of hits while striking out two. Kevin Taylor had a good night at the plate, knocking in two of Binghamton’s three runs, while David Thompson drove in the other.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (15-24/48-59)

CHARLOTTE 6, ST. LUCIE 1 (Box)

Charlotte starter Travis Ott pitched six scoreless innings for the second time this season against the St. Lucie Mets, scattering only a few hits and walking two. He was on cruise control all evening, while his Mets counterpart, Mike Gibbons, was knocked around to the tune of six runs on ten hits and three walks. St. Lucie’s only run came in the seventh, when Tim Tebow bounced into a double play with the bases loaded to score Jhoan Urena.

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (16-20/56-48)

COLUMBIA 11, CHARLESTON 10 (Box)

The Coleflies just barely staved off the RiverDogs, with Matt Pobereyko bending but not breaking in the ninth. It was a bit of a slugfest, with the two teams combining to hit three homers- including one by Luis Carpio, his first of the season. The Colaflies put up a five-spot in the second and third, giving them a 10-0 lead early on, and plated another run in the fifth for good measure. That extra run would mean a lot, as the RiverDogs laid down but did not die. In the sixth, they came roaring back, plating eight runs off of Gabby Llanes. They scored two more against Pobereyko, but he was able to shut the door without surrendering the lead.

Short-A - Brooklyn Cyclones (13-28)

ABERDEEN 9, BROOKLYN 1 (Box)

The Cyclones got blown out, but at least it wasn’t a shutout? The Ironbirds dominated with the bats and on the mound the entire game. Brooklyn did manage seven hits and drew two walks, but left seven runners on. The lone run on their side of the ledger came in the top of the ninth, when Carl Stajduhar scored on a Scott Manea ground out.

Rookie - Kingsport Mets (15-24)

ELIZABETHTON 5, KINGSPORT 4 (Box)

Ariel Montesino walked it off for the Elizabethton Twins with a single to into right to sweep Kingsport for the second time this season. Down by one, T.J. Dixon tied the game with a sacrifice fly and one batter later, Montesino delivered the win. Starter Jose Geraldo had a good night on the mound, and multiple Kingsport Mets had multi-hit games- including Jeremy Vasquez, who had three- but the luck simply was with Elizabethton.

Rookie - GCL Mets (9-19)

SUSPENDED (RAIN)

Star of the Night

Kevin Plawecki

Goat of the Night

Billy Oxford