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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 8/15/19: Klutch Krizan

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

MiLB: MAY 17 Charlotte Knights at Toledo Mud Hens Photo by Scott W. Grau/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

*All results from games played on August 14, 2019

Triple-A: Syracuse Mets (60-61)

SYRACUSE 5, DURHAM 4 (BOX)

Syracuse hung on to win after a flurry of late runs, topping Durham 5-4. A two-run single from Dilson Herrera and a bases-loaded walk from Jason Krizan gave Corey Oswalt a three run lead, and he made that stand up for five innings. Daniel Zamora gave up two in the seventh that cut the led to one, but a pair of homers from Krizan and Rene Rivera stretched the lead out again for Syracuse in the eighth. In the ninth, Tim Peterson came on for the save and made things interesting, giving up a two-run home run that cut the lead to one again. He stabilized there, however, and locked down his ninth save of the season.

Double-A: Binghamton Rumble Ponies (35-29/25-31)

NEW HAMPSHIRE 1, BINGHAMTON 0 (BOX)

The Rumble Ponies’ offense was totally shut down in a 1-0, shutout loss. David Peterson was generally fine for 5.2 innings, walking three and giving up five hits, but only surrendering one run. He still only struckout three, and that one run was enough to sink him. Binghamton managed only four hits and four walks, going 0-for-8 with RISP, grounding into three double plays, and leaving seven men on base. Ryder Ryan and Adonis Uceta combined for 3.1 scoreless innings, but the lacking offense made it a moot point.

Advanced-A: St. Lucie Mets (32-34/35-19)

FORT MYERS 2, ST. LUCIE 1 (BOX)

Luc Rennie’s complete game effort was squandered, as the St. Lucie offense floundered in a 2-1 loss. Rennie struck out six, walked none, and allowed six hits, surrendering only a pair of runs on a couple of solo home runs. St. Lucie couldn’t get anything going on the other side of the ball, however, failing to manage an extra-base hit and putting only ten men on base in total. Carlos Cortes and Jeremy Vasquez were the only Mets with multiple hits, while the only run scored on a double play.

Low-A: Columbia Fireflies (24-42/23-29)

CHARLESTON 3, COLUMBIA 1 (BOX)

Columbia managed only two hits in a quiet loss to the Charleston RiverDogs. Shervyen Newton generated Columbia’s only run of the game launching his 8th home run of the season, and Gerson Molina added a single for the only other hit of the game. Christian James was roughed up for 3.1 innings, walking four and giving up five hits, but somehow only allowing three runs. Jake Simon and Danny Hrbek followed with 4.2 innings of fruitless scoreless relief in the loss.

Short-A: Brooklyn Cyclones (32-24)

VERMONT 10, BROOKLYN 2 (BOX)

Vermont blasted Brooklyn for fifteen hits and ten runs in a blowout loss. Nathan Jones gave up two runs in his two inning start, and Corey Gaconi followed that up by giving five runs in 2.1 innings that put Brooklyn in a deep hole. Hunter Parsons gave up three more inconsequential runs later in the game. Offensively, the Cyclones’ offense was short circuited by a pair of caught stealings, and the only runs came on RBIs from Jake Ortega and Jake Mangum.

Rookie: Kingsport Mets (26-28)

KINGSPORT 4, DANVILLE 3 (BOX)

Kingsport rallied back from an early deficit to top the Danville Braves 4-3. After falling into a two-run hole in the second, Francisco Alvarez and Andres Regnault tied the game with RBI singles in the third, and Anthony Dirocie gave the Mets the lead in the fourth with a groundout. Bretty Baty added a critical insurance run in the seventh with an RBI double, driving in what turned out to be the winning run after Beau Philip hit a home run off of Connor Wollersheim in the eighth. Andres German got the win with six innings of two run ball.

Rookie: GCL Mets (21-21)

GCL CARDINALS 3, GCL METS 2 (BOX)

Star of the Night

Jason Krizan

Goat of the Night

Corey Gaconi