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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 7/8/23: Dramatics for Brooklyn

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

New York Mets v Washington Nationals - Game One Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images

Triple-A: Syracuse Mets (33-41/2-7)


Syracuse continued to struggle in the second half of their campaign, dropping their seventh game out of nine. Joey Lucchesi was not good, surrendering six runs on eight hits over just four innings, which really put the Mets behind the eight ball.

Jaylin Davis and Luke Voit hit home runs to put runs on the board for the Mets, but the hole was far too deep to dig out of.

Double-A: Binghamton Rumble Ponies (35-34/3-6)


Binghamton actually opened the scoring in this one, going up 1-0 in the top of the first on a Brandon McIlwain double, following up a Rowdey Jordan walk. That would be it for the offense, though, as they amassed just four more hits on the day. Portland peppered the Binghamton pitching staff, scattering all six of their runs across the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth innings.

High-A: Brooklyn Cyclones (27-37/10-3)


Brooklyn has been on fire since the second half began, finding ways to win night after night, and this was no different.

Brooklyn and Wilmington played an incredibly close game, as Wilmington led the Cyclones 1-0 going into the top of the ninth, with their only run coming on a sacrifice fly. Down to their last out, Brooklyn rallied. Chase Estep singled, Mateo Gil walked, and Junior Tilien took the first pitch he saw and rocketed it over the left field fence. The dramatics would not end there, however.

Robert Colina, who ended up getting the win, was tasked with finishing the job in the ninth and struggled, giving up back to back singles to lead off the bottom of the frame. Dylan Tebrake came in to clean up the mess and did so. Drake Osborn got the first out, throwing out a would be base stealer at third, and Tebrake would strike out the next two batters to secure the comeback win, notching his first save of the season.

Single-A: St. Lucie Mets (24-41/3-9)


St. Lucie was never really in this one, as the score would suggest. They were down 3-0 after three, and 4-0 after seven. Karell Paz singled home their only run in the top of the eighth, but Lakeland would add four more in the bottom of the frame to put a game that seemed out of reach the entire time even more so.

Rookie: FCL Mets (14-9)


Star of the Night

Junior Tillien

Goat of the Night

Jett Williams