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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 9/13/21: Kha1i1 and Franci2c0 lead the way

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

New York Mets v Miami Marlins
Khalil Lee
Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images

*All results from games played on Sunday, September 12, 2021

Triple-A: Syracuse Mets (44-67)


Syracuse lost the series, but they won the weekend, taking Saturday’s game and now winning Sunday’s game. It was competitive early, but by the later innings, Syracuse found themselves running away with it thanks to a conga line of runs in the seventh driven in by Mark Payton, Tomas Nido, Jose Peraza, and Travis Blankenhorn, and then a two-run homer by Cheslor Cuthbert.

Double-A: Binghamton Rumble Ponies (46-56)


All of the COVID cancellations killed Binghamton’s quest to get back to .500 on the season- if they won every single scheduled game they still would fall a game short- but the Rumble Ponies have not helped themselves, losing all four games against the Sea Dogs since getting back on the field last Friday. Though both teams played nine innings, the game really ended early, when Portland plated five runs in the bottom of the second. Another three in the fifth and two in the seventh, and the Sea Dogs had a 10-0 lead. Carlos Rincon hit a three-run homer to get Binghamton on the board in the eighth and breakup the shutout, but the conclusion here was never in doubt. For what it’s worth, Jayson Groome made his second Double-A start, and small sample size sure, but the Barnegatian has sure looked good.

High-A: Brooklyn Cyclones (45-67)


In the first, Luke Ritter connected on a Matt Sauer offering almost right down Broadway for a three-run homer. Everything completely unraveled and went completely downhill from there. In the bottom of the second, the Renegades scored seven runs. With the depleted lineup the Cyclones are rostering right now, there was no way they could come back from a deficit that huge, and lo and behold, that’s exactly what happened. Improbably, the Cyclones did fight back a bit, but their comeback fell a bit short. Francisco Alvarez hit his 20th home run of the year, though, so hell yeah.

Low-A: St. Lucie Mets (56-54)


The St. Lucie Mets managed to salvage their disastrous series against the Flying Tigers, winning Sunday’s contest after going 0-fer on the week against 50-62 Lakeland. The Jupiter Hammerheads, meanwhile, went 3-3 against the 57-57 Dayton Tortugas, leaving St. Lucie three games behind with a week to go. Who will St. Lucie be facing in their final week? Those same Jupiter Hammerheads. This upcoming week is going to be an exciting and consequential one, for sure.

Complex: FCL Mets: (28-22)


Star of the Night

Khalil Lee

Goat of the Night

David Griffin