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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 4/25/19: System shutout

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

MLB: New York Mets at Atlanta Braves Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

*All results from games played on April 24, 2019

Triple-A - Syracuse Mets (12-8)


Vladito and the rest of the Buffalo Bisons were too much for Syracuse to handle in a 5-4 loss. Both Cavan Biggio and Vlad Guerrero Jr. went deep in this one, the former against Mets’ starter Zach Lee in the fifth and the latter against Tim Peterson in the seventh. That run allowed by Peterson would decide the game, but the Mets did make things two singles and a double steal put the tying and winning runs in scoring position in the bottom of the ninth, but Travis Taijeron flew out to end it.

Double-A - Binghamton Rumble Ponies (9-5)


The Binghamton offense was non-existent in a 2-0, shutout loss. Will Toffey and Ali Sanchez were the only Rumble Ponies to manage hits, but the team did nothing with it’s limited opportunities with RISP. Chris Mazza was up to the challenge for seven innings, but finally stumbled in the eighth and allowed the two runs that ultimately decided the game.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (10-10)


Lakeland drubbed St. Lucie for 13 hits and ten runs in a 10-4, blowout loss. Starter Tommy Wilson couldn’t miss any bats, striking out only one over the first 5.1 innings and allowing three runs, two earned. Carlos Hernandez continued the meltdown in the sixth, allowing four runs while recording only two outs, and Rylely Gilliam wasn’t much better in the next inning, allowing three runs himself. All of St. Lucie’s runs came in the seventh inning, with a two-run, bases loaded double from Blake Tiberi and a two-run single from Jacob Zanon.

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (7-12)


Columbia’s position players had a day to forget in a 2-1 loss to West Virginia. Anthony Dirocie and Zach Rheams both committed errors, and the team as a whole managed only three hits. The Fireflies got only four at-bats with RISP and Mark Vientos’s ninth inning double drove in the only run. The poor offensive effort wasted a good start from Christian James, who struck out seven over five innings while allowing only three hits, though he did allow two unearned runs.

Star of the Night


Goat of the Night

Carlos Hernandez