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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 5/31/19: A pair of wins and losses

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

*All results from games played on May 30, 2019

Triple-A - Syracuse Mets (27-25)


The Syracuse offense got on Buffalo early and often in this one, tagging them for six runs in the first two innings. The Mets loaded the bases in the first, and they capitalized on it, by way of a Travis Taijeron run scoring walk, a Dilson Herrera run scoring ground out, and a two run single by Arismendy Alcantara. Hererra would drive in a run in the second with a sacrifice fly, and Luis Guillorme chased their sixth run home with a single. That would prove to be way more than enough, as Chris Mazza, Jose Zanghi, Paul Sewald, and Tim Peterson combined to shut down the Buffalo offense, allowing just seven base runners in the win.

Double-A - Binghamton Rumble Ponies (29-18)


Binghamton hopped out to an early 2-0 lead on the back of RBI singles by Barrett Barnes and Will Toffey. That score held until the fifth inning, when a Mickey Jannis wild pitch forced home a run to cut their lead in half. Jannis would allow another run in the sixth, and Ryley Gilliam allowed an inherited runner to score to put them behind 3-2.

Binghamton came back and then some with a wild seventh inning. The scoring started with an error off a batted ball by Ryley Gilliam, tying the game at three. Braxton Lee later scurried home on a wild pitch to give the Rumble Ponies the lead. Binghamtom put their fifth run of the game on the board when Gilliam scored as Andres Gimenez got picked off of second base. A double Patrick Mazeika and a single by Ali Sanchez made it 7-3, which was more than enough for the Binghamton pen.

ROSTER ALERT: Binghamton Rumble Ponies activated C Dustin Houle from the 7-day injured list.

ROSTER ALERT: Binghamton Rumble Ponies placed 2B Sam Haggerty on the 7-day injured list.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (26/26)


Tony Dibrell was a hard luck loser in this one. He was not perfect, as he struggled with efficiency throughout his relatively short start, but he did enough to put his team in a position to win. He did not get much support behind him, however. The bullpen got tattooed, as both Marcel Renteria and Joe Cavallaro gave up three runs. The St. Lucie offense only produced six hits in the loss, struggling to string much together.

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (20-32)


Despite having plenty of chances, the Columbia offense simply could not give the support the pitching staff deserved tonight. Willy Tavaras threw six innings of one run ball, the only blemish coming on a home run in the fifth. Allan Winans and Alec Kisena were not as dominant, but they were definitely good, holding the Augusta offense to just two more runs.

The Columbia offense strung together eight hits, but they went a whopping 0-11 with runners in scoring position, and left 12 men on base — they had the opportunities, but could not cash them in.

Star of the Night

Patrick Mazeika

Goat of the Night

The St. Lucie Bullpen