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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 7/25/19: Stand Ferm-in

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

MLB: JUL 17 Mets at Twins

*All results from games played on July 24, 2019

Triple-A: Syracuse Mets (50-52)

INDIANAPOLIS 1, SYRACUSE 0 (BOX)

In a game that featured only three hits, the Mets lost 1-0 to Indianapolis. Chris Mazza and the rest of the pitching staff were excellent; Mazza allowed only one hit, and the only Indianapolis run came on a Ryan O’Rourke balk in the seventh. The Met offense totally wasted that effort, however, with Ruben Tejada’s sixth inning single coming in as the only hit in the anemic performance.

Double-A: Binghamton Rumble Ponies (35-29/17-19)

READING 8, BINGHAMTON 6 (BOX)

Three home runs weren’t enough for Binghamton to overcome a horrible start by Tony Dibrell, and the Rumble Ponies lost 8-6. Dibrell lasted only 3.2 innings, giving up eight runs on seven hits and five walks for one of the uglier lines you’ll see. Ryder Ryan and Adonis Uceta were both excellent in relief to keep Binghamton in the game, and homers from Gavin Cecchini, Quinn Brodey, and Jason Krizoan chipped away. Down four in the ninth, the Rumble Ponies loaded the bases and scored two on a walk and a ground out, but Luis Carpio struck out as the go-ahead run at the plate to end the game.

Advanced-A: St. Lucie Mets (32-34/24-12)

ST. LUCIE 8, PALM BEACH 2 (BOX)

St. Lucie thoroughly routed Palm Beach, wracking up 15 hits in a 8-2 win. Edgardo Fermin led the offense with a double and a three-run homer, while Jeremy Vasquez, Manny Rodriguez, and Wagner Lagrange all tallied three hits apiece. Joe Cavallaro was the lucky recipient of the ample run support, and he picked up the win after allowing two runs in his five inning start. The bullpen contributed four innings of perfect relief to keep the end of the game uneventful.

Low-A: Columbia Fireflies (24-42/17-18)

AUGUSTA 5, COLUMBIA 0 (BOX)

It was another anemic offensive performance from the Fireflies, who were shutout by the Green Jackets. Ronny Mauricio was the only bright spot on offense, tallying two hits, but he also struck out twice and committed his 19th error of the season. On the pitching side, Willy Taveras was shelled for five runs in 4.2 innings, and while the bullpen followed that with 4.1 scoreless innings, the lacking offense made it a moot point. Mark Vientos continued to struggle, going 0-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts, while Shervyen Newton notched his first steal of the season in the loss.

Short-A: Brooklyn Cyclones (21-16)

BROOKLYN 9, TRI-CITY 2 (BOX)

Brooklyn ran wild in a dominant win over Tri-City. Wilmer Reyes stole two bases, and Jake Mangum, Antoine Duplantis, and Raul Beracierta each stole a base of their own. Jose Peroza also went deep in the win. On the pitching side, Frank Valentine fell one out short of earning the win, exiting after allowing two runs over a 4.2 inning start. Mitch Ragan and Dan Goggin tossed 4.1 combined scoreless innings to secure the victory.

Rookie: Kingsport Mets (15-19)

GAME 1: JOHNSON CITY 7, KINGSPORT 1 / 7 (BOX)

Francisco Alvarez was the lone bright spot in the first game of Kingsport’s doubleheader. The emerging top prospect launched his second home run of the year, one of only five hits for the Mets and the source of their lone run. First round pick Brett Baty went 0-for-3, while senior-sign Scott Ota tallied two doubles. On the pitcing side, Cesar Loaiza was seriously undermined by his defense, as all four runs he allowed in his 2.2 inning start were unearned.

GAME 2: JOHNSON CITY 11, KINGSPORT 3 / 7 (BOX)

Kingsport dropped game two as well, as the bullpen imploded late. Kennie Taylor led off the game with a home run, and Kingsport scored two more in the first on a single and a throwing error. Ramon Guzman held that lead through three innings, though he allowed two runs, and Nate Peden got through the fourth, but things went downhill fast. Peden was charged with the game tying run in the fifth, and three relievers combined to allow eight more runs in the sixth and seventh to put the game out of reach.

Rookie: GCL Mets (13-11)

NO GAME (SCHEDULE)

Star of the Night

Edgardo Fermin

Goat of the Night

Nixon Silva