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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 6/6/18: All our luck went to Vegas

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

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*All results from games played on June 5, 2018

Triple-A: Las Vegas 51s (25-34)


Las Vegas exploded for eight runs in the third, and the bullpen barely hung on to the lead in a 11-10 victory. Phillip Evans and Cody Asche homered, while Christian Colon stole three bases and Kevin Kaczmarski had a double and a triple as part of a three hit day. Chis Flexen was solid early, but got roughed up in the fifth for four runs and couldn’t make it out of the sixth. Eric Hanhold continued to be excellent, striking out three over two innings, and Jacob Rhame held on for the save despite allowing two runs in the top of the ninth.

Double-A: Binghamton Rumble Ponies (31-26)


Tyler Bashlor failed to protect a one run lead in the bottom of the ninth, leading to a 6-5 walkoff loss for Binghamton. Mickey Jannis was solid for five innings, and a three run sixth, led by Tim Tebow and Jhoan Urena, gave Binghamton a 5-2 lead. Austin McGeorge immediately gave two of those runs back, but Adonis Uceta stabilized things over the next 1.2 innings, striking out four and allowing only one baserunner on a walk. Bashlor entered for the bottom of the ninth and started well with a strikeout, but was then totally lost control, allowing a double sandwiched between two walks. Ryder Ryan technically allowed the winning run to score, but it was a baserunner charged to Bashlor, who took his second blown save of the year.

Advanced-A: St. Lucie Mets (23-29)


It was a very bland game for St. Lucie, as the pitching was bad ant he offense was dormant in a 6-2 loss. Gary Cornish had a dreadful start, walking five and allowing six hits and four runs over six innings. Tampa scored three in the first and never looked back, tacking on an insurance run in the sixth and two more in the eighth off of Thomas McIlraith. St. Lucie managed to score two runs in the fourth without an RBI (one on a wild pitch, the other on a fielding error), and that was all the run support they could muster.

Low-A: Columbia Fireflies (28-27)


It was another sleepy offensive performance, with the Fireflies mustering only one run against Charleston on a seventh inning home run from Matt Winaker. That was one of only three hits for Columbia in their 5-1 loss. Jake Simon had a good start, allowing an unearned run (courtesy of an error by Edgardo Fermin) and striking out four over five innings, but was saddled with the loss. Carlos Hernandez and recently converted outfielder Jeff Diehl each allowed two runs in relief to put the game out of reach.

Star of the Night

Christian Colon

Goat of the Night

Tyler Bashlor