MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: J.T. Ginn Shines in St. Lucie Win.

Syracuse Mets (18-40)

The Syracuse Mets split a Doubleheader against the RailRiders

Game one:

The Syracuse Mets won game one 6-5 after 8 innings. Cervenka double play scored the winning run in the eight.

J.D. Davis homered in the first, his second of his rehab assignment. Tovar and Drury went 2 for 4 with a RBI.

Vance Worley went 5.2 innings, allowing 5 runs. Trey Cobb followed with 2 scoreless and Windle got the last out with a strikeout.

Game Two:

Syracuse got shutout in game two losing 1-0. Both team collected just 3 hits. Tovar, Puello and Jackson collected the only hits.

Adam Bostick was solid over 5 innings of one run ball, but got the loss. He did allow 7 baserunners over the 5 innings.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies (22-35)

The Rumble Ponies won 6-3 against the Fisher Cats. Mark Vientos went 2 for 3 with 2 RBI’s, hitting his 14th homerun of the year (off Simeon Woods-Richardson).

Walter Lagrange went 2 for 4 with an RBI. Yoel Romero drove in 2.

Oscar de la Cruz pitched 5 innings of 3 run ball for the win. Eric Orze kept his strong showing in AA going with 3 hitless frames, collecting 5 strikeouts.

Brooklyn Cyclones (18-39)

The Cyclones got swept in the Doubleheader, getting dominated by Renegades pitching.

Game One:

The Cyclones lost game one 7-1. Luis Gonzalez hit his first homerun of the year for the only run. Vasquez and Mauricio had the other hits. Mauricio his OPS is down to .676.

Connor Grey allowed 5 runs (3 earned) over 5 innings of work for the loss.

Game Two:

The Cyclones offense was even worse in game two as they got no hit in a 5-0 loss.

Justin Lasko pitched 5.1 innings, allowing 5 runs. Three homeruns cost the righty, who struck out 6.

St. Lucie Mets (31-28)

The St. Lucie Mets beat the Mighty Mussels 2-1 with help from Johneswhy Fargas his third homerun. Fargas hit a 2 run shot in the first, which was enough for Ginn and the bullpen.

JT Ginn has his best start in pro ball, throwing 6 scoreless innings. The righty allowed just 4 hits and a walk, while striking out 10. He lowered his season ERA to 2.48. The St. Lucie bullpen allowed just a run in 3 innings, keeping the slim lead.

Photo by: Ernest Dove

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