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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 8/25/2018: Wright plays first full game, Adolph has monster night

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

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*All results from games played on Friday, August 24, 2018

Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (63-67)

SACRAMENTO 4, LAS VEGAS 0 (Box)

The 51s were shutout on Friday night by the River Cats. P.J. Conlon started for Las Vegas and pitched five innings, giving up four runs. At the plate, no one was able to get anything going for the 51s as the team only collected five hits.

ROSTER ALERT: Las Vegas 51s placed RHP Logan Taylor on the 7-day disabled list. LHP Matt Gage assigned to Las Vegas 51s from Binghamton Rumble Ponies. New York Mets optioned 1B Dominic Smith to Las Vegas 51s. New York Mets optioned SS Jack Reinheimer to Las Vegas 51s.

Double-A - Binghamton Rumble Ponies (61-69)

BINGHAMTON 12, NEW HAMPSHIRE 9 (Box)

The Rumble Ponies beat the Fisher Cats in a high scoring game on Friday night. Justin Dunn started for the Rumble Ponies and pitched 3.1 innings while giving up eight runs on eight hits and four walks. The Binghamton bullpen was able to calm the storm after Dunn came out of the game, limiting the Fisher Cats to one more run for the rest of the game. At the plate, Jhoan Urena had two home runs and three runs batted in. Andrew Ely and Joey Terdoslavich also contributed home runs for the Rumble Ponies while Patrick Biondi had three hits and a run scored.

Advanced-A - Port St. Lucie Mets (51-75)

FORT MYERS 3, ST LUCIE 2 (Box)

In David Wright’s first full game in more than two years, the St. Lucie Mets lost to the Fort Myers Miracle 3-2. Wright played all nine innings in the field and went 1-4, raising his batting average to .143. Pitching for the Mets, Joe Cavallaro went five innings and allowed just two runs but struggled with his command and walked four batters. At the plate, Dan Rizzie and Michael Paez drove in St. Lucie’s two runs.

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (59-64)

COLUMBIA 7, ASHEVILLE 5 (Box)

The Fireflies beat the Tourists on Friday night behind Scott Manea’s big night. Manea went 2-4 with a home run and a double as well as a run scored and four runs batted in. Marcel Renteria went six innings and gave up five runs (four earned) while Conner O’Neil pitched the last three innings of the game, striking out five and not giving up a run.

A-Short - Brooklyn Cyclones (35-30)

BROOKLYN 12, CONNECTICUT 1 (Box)

The Cyclones had a big night on Friday night as they beat the Connecticut Tigers. Jose Miguel Medina, Chase Chambers, and Ross Adolph each had multi RBI games with Adolph having the biggest night out of the three. Adolph went 3-4 with three runs scored, a double and two triples, and three runs batted in. Christian James pitched eight shutout innings for the Cyclones with four strikeouts.

Rookie: Kingsport Mets (32-31)

BURLINGTON 5, KINGSPORT 1 (Box)

The Kingsport Mets lost to the Burlington Royals on Friday night. Daison Acosta started for Kingsport and went six innings and allowed three runs. In relief of Acosta, Marbin Montijo gave up two runs in .1 innings putting the game out of reach for Kingsport. Jarred Kelenic had the only RBI on the night for Kingsport with a single in the bottom of the first inning.

Rookie: GCL Mets (24-31)

GCL METS 4, GCL NATIONALS 2 (Box)

The GCL Mets beat the GCL Nationals on Friday night behind strong relief efforts from their pitchers. Jose Peroza and Sebastian Espino each had big nights at the plate for the GCL Mets as they each had extra base hits and RBI’s. Jender De Jesus closed the door on the GCL Nationals as De Jesus pitched the final three innings, holding the Nationals scoreless while striking out three batters.

Star of the night

Ross Adolph

Goat of the night

Justin Dunn