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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 4/26/19: No-Hitters and Walk-Offs

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

Blake Taylor
Blake Taylor
Gordon Donovan

*All results from games played on April 25, 2019

Triple-A - Syracuse Mets (13-8)


The Mets and the Bison traded blows but the Mets just outlasted Buffalo to come out on top. Syracuse got on the board first scoring two in the third inning. Danny Espinosa forced the first run in on a ground out, and Adeiny Hechavarria drove in the second with a single. Casey Coleman served up a two-run homer in the top of the fourth, keeping the Mets lead short lived. The teams would trade runs until the sixth inning, where Buffalo took a 5-4 lead.

The bottom of the eighth was the big inning for the Mets, as Danny Espinosa doubled home two, and Adeiny Hechavarria chased home a pair of his own on a single. Arquimedes Caminero allowed two to make it interesting in the ninth, but he got out of the inning with a save.

Double-A - Binghamton Rumble Ponies (9-6)


Not one player on the Rumble Ponies is going to forget this game, and it is for all the wrong reasons.

The Portland trio of Kyle Hart, Daniel McGrath and Adam Lau combined to no-hit the Rumble Ponies, allowing just two walks — one two Sam Haggerty and the other to Will Toffey — and one hit by pitch (Andres Gimenez).

The Binghamton pitching was not bad — Michael Gibbons, Ryder Ryan and Matt Blackham allowed up two runs while scattering eight hits, but the Rumble Ponies offense was simply outmatched.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (11-10)


This game started off perfectly for St. Lucie, with Luc Renne throwing three scoreless innings and the Mets offense putting three on the board. That 3-0 lead quickly evaporated, as Renne ended up being responsible for six Florida runs in the fourth and fifth innings. The Fire Frogs took a 7-4 lead into the bottom of the seventh, but St. Lucie tied up by way of triples from Quinn Brodey and Carlos Cortes.

The St. Lucie bullpen would not hold the tie, however, as they gave up runs in the eighth and ninth to make it a 9-7 game going into the bottom of the ninth. A William Contreras error chased Quinn Brodey home, cutting the lead to 9-8, and Carlos Cortez provided with heroics with a walk off two-run home run.

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (7-13)


Poor defense really hurt Columbia in this one, as just one one the five runs they surrendered were earned. Errors by Mark Vientos and Hayden Senger eventually cost the Fireflies four runs, and the Fireflies offense was too quiet to overcome the errors. They mustered just five hits in the loss, as Ronny Mauricio, and Brian Sharp were the only two Fireflies to do much of anything against Charleston.

Star of the Night

Carlos Cortes

Goat of the Night

Luc Rennie