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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 5/9/21: As long as the foundations are strong

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

Joe Genord
Steve Sypa

*All results from games played on Saturday, May 08, 2021

Triple-A: Syracuse Mets (1-4)


Jordan Yamamoto gave up a pair of runs in the first and another in the fourth, but that was more than needed to sink the Syracuse Mets, who managed just two runs all game.

ROSTER ALERT: RHP Trey Cobb assigned to Syracuse Mets from Binghamton Rumble Ponies.

Double-A: Binghamton Rumble Ponies (0-5)


Sebastian Elizalde doubled in a run in the top of the first to give Binghamton a quick 1-0 lead, and the run stood for a few innings, but Ryley Gilliam coughed it all up in the fourth, allowing four runs. Akron would score one more for good measure, but in the end it really wouldn’t matter, as that first inning run would be all Binghamton would be able to manage. For what it’s worth, catcher Dan Rizzie threw a scoreless inning in the eighth. He allowed a bloop single on the very first pitch that he threw, a play that Carlos Cortes should have caught but seemingly lost in the lights, but he proceeded to get three consecutive infield pop-ups to end the inning.

ROSTER ALERT: Binghamton Rumble Ponies placed SS Edgardo Fermin on the 7-day injured list.

ROSTER ALERT: RHP Tony Dibrell added to Binghamton Active Roster.

ROSTER ALERT: RHP Bradley Roney added to Binghamton Active Roster.

High-A: Brooklyn Cyclones (2-3)


Having been humiliated by Asheville on Friday night, Brooklyn responded by flipping the script and laying the smackdown on the Tourists. The Cyclones scored in every inning save the seventh, plating multiple runs in the second, third, fourth, fifth, and eighth. While the offense hammered starter Juan Pablo Lopez and the relievers that followed, Brooklyn starter Alec Kisena was solid in his five innings of work. Bryce Montes de Oca threw a scoreless inning in relief in the sixth, but things got a bit hairy after. Josh Hejka, Michael Otanez and some shoddy defense combined to allow ten runs in the seventh and eighth, but thankfully Andrew Edwards was able to throw a clean ninth to end things.

Low-A: St. Lucie Mets (4-1)


Victor Mesa Jr. put Jupiter on the board in the top of the first with an RBI single, but St. Lucie got that run back and then some in the bottom of the inning, scoring four runs on a wild pitch and a Matthew Dyer three-run homer- poor guy was robbed of a grand salami for his first professional long ball. Jupiter scratched across a few more runs, plating a run apiece in the third and seventh, but St. Lucie kept the pressure on all evening, and Franklin Parra and Hunter Parsons were solid enough in relief to let the team win their fourth victory.

Star of the Night

Joe Genord

Goat of the Night

Ryley Gilliam