AAA Rochester Red Wings 2 (32-44), Syracuse Mets 1 (27-52) The score of the box
The Mets returned to tie the game in the eighth as Williams hit his third homer of the season. Williams was important when the team needed a hit, but soon after the Red Wings scored and left him in the bottom of the ninth. Lee had three hits and a pair of doubles while continuing to hit the ball well in Syracuse.
Williams, who recently took part in sending off commercial blockbusters Pete Crow-Armstrong to cubs for Javier Baez and Trevor Williams, threw six good frames in his second start with the Syracuse Mets tonight. Williams has allowed just three runs in 12 innings in his first two starts in the Mets’ system. Williams is proving he can be an important component for the Mets.
AA Binghamton Rumble Ponies 4 (34-45), Portland Sea Dogs 3 (48-31) The score of the box
Binghamton took the win on Thursday night as Mangum collected three hits and three runs in the win. Mangum now has a nine-game hitting streak and hits 0.500 in August. Baty picked up where he left off with two more hits. Baty really started to show off his punching tools after crushing a home run on Wednesday night and winning two hits with two runs batted in on Thursday. The Mets’ 24th round pick of 2018 Hayden senger hit his third homer of the season with two strikeouts in the second inning.
Marc Vientos was out again after being pulled out after his first at bat on Wednesday night.
- RHP Adam oller (L, 5-3) 7 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 12 K, 4.03 ERA
Oller was incredible Thursday night, striking out 12 batters in seven innings of work. Oller had a great mastery because he did not allow to go through seven frames of work. The 26-year-old gave Binghamton the start they needed to secure his fifth win of the season. Eric Orze recovered the stop as Binghamton closed the door on the ninth.
High-A Hudson Valley Renegades 5 (53-28), Brooklyn Cyclones 3 (30-49) The score of the box
- DH Ronny mauricio 0-for-3, R, BB, SO, .241 / .281 / .441
- VS Francisco Allvarez 0-for-3, BB, SO, .267 / .393 / .511
- 3B Jose peroza 2-for-3, 2B, R, BB, .275 / .410 / .442
The Cyclones lost a close game as they led 2-0 before the start of the sixth. Joe suozzi had a two-run and two-run RBI triple to give them the lead in the bottom half of the fifth. Binghamton left four runs in the first half of the sixth and scored one of his own in the bottom of the sixth to make it a one-point game. Newly named prospect Peroza landed the first two hits of his High-A career, including the first extra hit of his High-A career on Thursday night. Alvarez and Mauricio both had one walks and one strikeout.
Lasko was on the hill as he pitched very well early on as he held the Renegades scoreless in five innings. Lasko had some trouble in the sixth and was pulled out and relieved by Josh hejka. Hejka and Lasko combined to give up four runs in the inning and took advantage of Lasko’s luck to secure an away victory.
St. Lucie Mets vs Palm Beach Cardinals: Rain, double schedule from 4:00 p.m. Friday
DSL Mets2 6, DSL Cubs Red 4, (WP: Veliz, Juan; LP Perez, Kenyi) The score of the box
DSL Angels 7, DSL Mets1 2 The score of the box