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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 5/20/21: Return of the Odinson

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

Noah Syndergaard on the mound at a St. Lucie Mets game on May 19, 2021.
Noah Syndergaard
Colby Guy

*All results from games played on Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Triple-A: Syracuse Mets (2-11)


For two innings, things looked alright. Jordan Yamamoto scattered a pair of hits and walked a batter, but after he was removed- a scheduled move, as he is likely going to be called up to the Mets and start a game in the next couple of days- things got hairy. Oscar De La Cruz recorded just a single out and was charged with seven earned runs. Trey Cobb pitched three plus and was charged with four. Arodys Vizcaíno allowed a run in his inning of work. Daniel Zamora allowed four. Quinn Brodey plated a run in the bottom of the sixth to allow Syracuse to keep some of their dignity, but a lot of good that does.

ROSTER ALERT: Syracuse Mets placed LHP Stephen Tarpley on the 7-day injured list.

ROSTER ALERT: Syracuse Mets placed RHP Sam McWilliams on the 7-day injured list.

ROSTER ALERT: New York Mets selected the contract of OF Cameron Maybin from Syracuse Mets.

Double-A: Binghamton Rumble Ponies (1-12)


Both teams were evenly matched for the majority of the game. Binghamton scored a run in the top of the third, Erie scored a run in the bottom of the third. The Rumble Ponies scored two in the top of the sixth, the SeaWolves scored a run in the bottom of the seventh. Matt Winaker’s single in a run in the top of the eighth, and it seemed like that run might be the difference in the game, but with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, Andrew Mitchell gave up a two-run single to Detroit top prospect Riley Green, blowing the game and adding another tally to the Rumble Ponies’ loss column.

High-A: Brooklyn Cyclones (5-8)


The St. Lucie Mets have a better record than the Cyclones, but the team showed that they can be just as exciting last night. Brooklyn absolutely decimated the Renegades bullpen, scoring five runs in the sixth and six more in the seventh. Every Cyclones hitter reached base at least once on the evening. Every hitter except Luke Ritter and LT Struble logged a hit, with Jake Mangum and Anthony Walters logging two, Joe Genord logging three, and Brett Baty logging an impressive four.

Low-A: St. Lucie Mets (10-4)


This was a wild one. Getting the boring part out of the way first, Noah Syndergaard made his first rehab start and looked good, blanking the Cardinals over four innings. The fun started in the sixth. Given an eight-run lead, Junior Santos had something of a meltdown. Palm Beach managed a pair of weak hits before Shervyen Newton let a ball get through his legs, allowing a run to score. From there, the floodgates opened. The big right-hander hit two batters, uncorked a wild pitch, and allowed a pair of doubles before getting out of the inning, cutting the St. Lucie lead from 8-0 to 8-6. Not to be outdone, the Palm Beach Cardinals committed four errors in the top of the seventh on four consecutive plays within five minutes, extending St. Lucie’s lead by three runs. In the bottom of the ninth, Palm Beach plated a pair of runs off of reliever Austin faith, but he was able to stem the tide and close the door.

ROSTER ALERT: New York Mets sent RHP Noah Syndergaard on a rehab assignment to St. Lucie Mets.

Star of the Night

Brett Baty

Goat of the Night

Andrew Mitchell