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Mets Minor League Report, 5/10/18: An even worse day

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

*All results from games played on May 9, 2018

Triple-A: Las Vegas 51s (12-22)


An arduous night for the organization came to a fittingly embarassing end late last night as the 51s endured a 14-4 drubbing in Vegas—but hey, at least the minor league teams were able to successfully follow their batting order. Fresno put up a 3 spot in each of the second through fourth innings as they battered Vance Worley for half of their 20 hits through the first five innings. Vegas tacked on a few late runs, including one on Philip Evans’s fifth home run, while Gerson Bautista had a rough outing in relief.

ROSTER ALERT: New York Mets recalled SS Luis Guillorme from Las Vegas 51s.

ROSTER ALERT: New York Mets optioned C Tomas Nido to Las Vegas 51s.

Double-A: Binghamton Rumble Ponies (14-15)


Hartford ran out to an early 5-0 lead—somewhat literally, stealing six bases off of a struggling Mickey Jannis—before the Ponies rallied for three runs in the top of the sixth to try and make a game of it. Jeff McNeil and Peter Alonso made their nightly contributions, knocking back-to-back doubles to score all three runs, but the hot Jhoan Urena bounced into a double play to kill the rally. Hartford promptly answered back with two off of Adonis Uceta in

Advanced-A: St. Lucie Mets (13-18)


Gabriel Llanes bounced back from a couple of rough starts to hurl eight strong innings against the Fire Frogs. Unfortunately, Jeremy Walker and the Florida pen were up to the task, holding down the Mets offense until Llanes finally blinked in the top of the eighth, surrendering a home run to Lucas Herbert which would prove to be the difference. St. Lucie wasted their one true scoring chance in the first inning, when Andres Gimenez doubled and advanced to third with one out on a wild pitch on a Desmond Lindsay walk. The inning ended with a Dash Winningham strikeout and a Lindsay caught stealing. Lindsay was later caught stealing again in the seventh, squelching another potential rally.

Low-A: Columbia Fireflies (17-15)


The Colafly offense exploded early, putting up crooked numbers in the first, fourth, and fifth innings en route to an 8-2 lead through five innings. However, an ugly bottom of the sixth saw Columbia pitching surrender five walks and a wild pitch, which helped Hickory put up six in the frame to tie the game at eight. The Crawdads poked ahead in their next at-bat, adding two more to take the 10-8 lead. The Flies fought back, tying it on a bases-loaded walk and an RBI force out in the top of the ninth, and narrowly missing taking the lead when Blake Tiberi lined out to leave the bases loaded. The tie was short-lived, as Trey Cobb came in and allowed a home run to the first batter he faced, Tyreque Reed, allowing the Crawdads to walk it off.

Star of the Night

Gabriel Llanes

Goat of the Night

Tyler Moore