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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 6/15/18: Three out of four ain’t bad

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

MLB: New York Yankees at New York Mets Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports

*All results from games played on June 13, 2018

Triple-A: Las Vegas 51s: (28-39)

LAS VEGAS 7, COLORADO SPRINGS 5 (10) (Box)

The 51s bats did not come alive until late in this game, as they were held scoreless through six. Zach Borenstein put them on the board in the top of the seventh with a home run, and Johnny Monell put them ahead 4-3 with a three run double later that inning. The lead would hold until the ninth, when Drew Smith would blow this third save of the season, serving up a game-tying home run. The offense would battle back, again, in the top of the tenth inning as Borenstein would drive in a run on a fielder’s choice, and Colton Plaia would drive in two on a double to put the game away.

Double-A: Binghampton Rumble Ponies (34-31)

ALTOONA 9, BINGHAMTON 2 (Box)

The Rumble Ponies were never really in this one. Altoona took a first inning lead, and ran with it from there, putting up five runs before Levi Michael put Binghamton on the board in the bottom of the sixth with a home run. A Tomas Nido single made the deficit 5-2, but the Curve would put four runs on the bullpen to put the game away.

ROSTER ALERT: Binghamton Rumble Ponies activated C Tyler Moore from the 7-day disabled list.

Advanced-A: St. Lucie Mets (27-36)

ST. LUCIE 13, DAYTONA 3 (Box)

David Peterson pitched solidly in his Advanced-A debut, but he had plenty of help from his offense to make it a low-pressure outing. He scattered six hits over five, with both runs coming on run-scoring groundouts. The St. Lucie offense was on fire from the get go, with Wilmer Flores putting them on the board with a solo home run in the first inning (Flores had a big game, as he missed the cycle by a triple). They would go on to score in every inning except for the sixth and eighth, making it a stress-free outing for their pitchers.

Low-A: Columbia Fireflies (33-31)

COLUMBIA 9, LEXINGTON 4 (Box)

The brunt of the nine Columbia runs in this win came in the sixth inning. They went into the inning trailing 4-2, but quickly made up the deficit and took a lead they would never surrender. Quinn Brodey scored on a wild pitch to make it 4-3, and a Raphael Gladu single subsequently tied it at four apiece. A Jeremy Vasquez groundout would give them the lead, and singles by Matt Winaker and Brodey would push the lead to 8-4. The six run inning would be more than enough for Anthony Kay and the bullpen. Anthony Kay was solid in this one, with one bad inning (a three run second inning) souring his final line.

ROSTER ALERT: LF Jay Jabs assigned to Columbia Fireflies from Brooklyn Cyclones.

ROSTER ALERT: RHP Briam Campusano assigned to Brooklyn Cyclones from Columbia Fireflies.

Star of the night

The St. Lucie offense

Goat of the night

Marcus Molina