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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 7/14/19: I don’t need a dynasty, I don’t need a championship, I need a winning team

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

Ranfy Adon
Steve Sypa

*All results from games played on Saturday, July 13, 2019

Triple-A: Syracuse Mets (44-48)

SYRACUSE 6, SCRANTON/WILKES-BARRE 2 (BOX)

The Syracuse Mets gained a game on the first place RailRiders, but they still find themselves nine games back. The game was a back-and-forth affair until Syracuse scored four runs to break up the 2-2 tie. Two of the runs were scored when pitcher Stephen Tarpley committed an error, but the other two were plated by Ruben Tejada, who singled into right to bring home Rymer Liriano and Arismendy Alcantara.

Double-A: Binghamton Rumble Ponies (35-29/11-14)

PORTLAND 7, BINGHAMTON 3 (BOX)

You live by the knuckler, you die by the knuckler. Unfortunately for Mikey Jannis, it was one of those bad days. The right-hander gave up five runs on a whopping twelve hits and two walks over six innings. He put the team in a hole, allowing five runs over the game’s first three innings, but it wasn’t a hole they couldn’t conceivably get out of. Unfortunately for the Ponies, the hitters were simply not up to the task, scoring a run in the third and a late inning outburst in the ninth.

Advanced-A: St. Lucie Mets (32-34/18-8)

GAME ONE

ST. LUCIE 5, DUNEDIN 2 / 7 (BOX)

Tony Dibrell didn’t have his best stuff, but even a Dibrell without his best was enough to shut down the Dunedin Blue Jays for six innings, lowering his season ERA to 2.39. Jeremy Vasquez put St. Lucie on the board with a two-run single in the third, Edgardo Fermin added to the lead in the sixth, and Hansel Moreno continued his blisteringly hot week with a two-run double also in the sixth. Carlos Hernandez gave up two runs in the seventh but successfully shut the door in the seventh to win the first game of the doubleheader.

GAME TWO

ST. LUCIE 2, DUNEDIN 0 / 7 (BOX)

After seeing Tony Dibrell and Carlos Hernandez handcuff the Blue Jays, Kevin Smith and Ezequiel Zabaleta did the same. St. Lucie scored twice, once in the third and once in the sixth, but that would be all they needed as their pitchers blanked Dunedin.

Low-A: Columbia Fireflies (24-42/11-11)

POSTPONED (RAIN)

Short-A: Brooklyn Cyclones (15-13)

BROOKLYN 3, WEST VIRGINIA 1 (BOX)

Ranfy Adon is maybe one of, if not THE worst hitter I’ve ever seen. Despite that fact, the center fielder put Brooklyn on the board in the bottom of the first with a double into left that Blake Sabol- Stefan’s brother- was unable to corral. The Black Bears got on the board in the fourth, but the Cyclones Marble Ryes got that run back in the sixth when Antoine Duplantis drove in the aforementioned Adon.

Rookie: Kingsport Mets (12-12)

KINGSPORT 8, GREENEVILLE 4 (BOX)

Kingsport took the lead thanks to a three-run inning in the second, but the Greeneville Reds immediately came roaring back, scoring four runs off of Ramon Guzman, and after he left due to injury, Nixon Silva. Kingsport tied things up at 4-4 in the bottom of the inning, and then a truly surprising thing happened: Cameron Planck made his 2019 debut. The 2016 draftee tore the interior capsule in his throwing shoulder in 2017 and the healing process was long and arduous. Limited to just 0.2 innings in 2018, the right-hander more than doubled his career innings workload with a scoreless outing. Christofer Dominguez relieved Planck and was the eventual winner after Brett Baty gave the Mets the lead thanks to a two-run homer in the seventh and Gregory Guerrero added to it in the eighth with a two-run blast of his own.

Rookie: GCL Mets (9-7)

GAME ONE

GCL METS 12, GCL NATIONALS 2 / 7 (BOX)

GAME TWO

GCL NATIONALS 2, GCL METS 1 / 7 (BOX)

Star of the Night

Ranfy Adon

Goat of the Night

Mickey Jannis