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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 6/13/19: Where have all the wins gone

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

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*All results from games played on June 12, 2019

Triple-A - Syracuse Mets (31-34)


A late rally from Syracuse came up just short in 7-6 loss. Casey Coleman didn’t have a great start, allowing three runs in five innings, but the offense tied the game at three heading into the sixth. Unfortunately, Ryan O’Rourke imploded in the eighth, allowing two runs in 0.2 innings, and Ty Bashlor allowed another run to put the Mets in a 6-3 hole. Eric Hanhold gave up another critical run in the top of the ninth before the Syracuse offense got their last shot. Brandon Nimmo had a bases loaded walk, and Arismendy Alcantara hit a two-run single to cut the deficit to one. Danny Espinosa then hit a fly ball to center that wasn’t deep enough, and Brandon Nimmo was thrown out at home to end the game.

ROSTER ALERT: RHP Zach Lee placed on the injured list

Double-A - Binghamton Rumble Ponies (33-26)


Mickey Jannis was shellacked in a 7-2 Binghamton loss. Jannis gave up ten hits and two walks, leading to six runs in only 5.1 innings. Joe Zanghi allowed another inconsequential run in the seventh, and the Binghamton offense never showed up outside of the fourth inning. Braxton Lee had the only RBI on a force out, with the other run scoring on a throwing error by Albert Abreu on a pickoff attempt.

Advanced-A - St. Lucie Mets (31-34)


Rain cut short a game that was headed towards being a total blowout, as St. Lucie lost 7-2 in six innings. Dedniel Nunez had a disastrous start, allowing four runs on eight hits over three innings, and Kyle Wilson allowed three more runs in his three innings of work, though he was victimized by a Blake Tiberi error. Carlos Cortes scored both runs for St. Lucie, launching a solo home runs in the sixth and scoring on a Jeremy Vasquez double in the fourth.

ROSTER ALERT: LHP Andrew Mitchell transferred from Brooklyn to St. Lucie

Low-A - Columbia Fireflies (24-38)


Columbia fought to get the game into extras, but fell 6-4 in ten innings to Asheville. Willy Taveras was mediocre for five innings, allowing three runs and striking out four. The offense had his back, with Chase Chambers driving in two with a single in the third and Gerson Molina tying the game with a ground out in the fourth. The game remained tied until the tenth, when Jose Moreno gave up three runs to thanks to his own error. The Fireflies got one in the tenth, but couldn’t put together the other two runs they needed to prolong the game.

ROSTER ALERT: RHP Ervin Santana transferred from St. Lucie to Kingsport

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