MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: J.D. Davis Goes Yard Again

Syracuse Mets (21-41)

The Syracuse Mets split a Doubleheader against the Red Wings on Wednesday.

Game one:

Syracuse lost the opener 9-4 besides homeruns from Chance Sisco and J.D. Davis. Overall Syracuse collected just 5 hits without any multi hit games.

Jesus Reyes dropped to 0-8 after allowing 5 runs over 6 innings of work.

Game two:

Game two went to Syracuse on a 7-5 win. Cheslor Cuthbert was the big man going 2 for 2 with 2 homeruns and 3 RBI’s.

Cameron Maybin had a 3 hits game, driving in one run and Orlando Calixte drove in two with a 2 run double.

Nick Tropeano got the start allowing just one run in 3.1 innings. Hartlieb struggled allowing 3 runs and Roney got the blown save allowing another run in a 4 run 5th. After the offense got the lead back, Nogosek saved it in the seventh.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies (22-37)

The Rumble Ponies lost to the Altoona Curve 10-3. Jake Mangum doubled twice and drove in a run. Baty collected a double in his AA debut.

Carlos Cortes homered in the loss. It was Cortes his 10th of the season. In some bad news, Vientos left the game after he got hit on the left hand.

Dustin Beggs allowed 6 runs in 5.2 innings, allowing 10 hits. Hackimer didn’t fair better as he allowed 4 runs in 2.1 innings.

Brooklyn Cyclones (20-40)

The Cyclones lost to the BlueClaws 3-2. Ronny Mauricio drove in both runs with a double, going 2 for 3 on the day. The Cyclones collected just 4 total hits.

Jose Butto was strong going 5.2 innings, allowing just 2 runs on 3 hits. He allowed just 1 walk, while striking out 4.

St. Lucie Mets (33-29)

The St. Lucie Mets swept a Doubleheader against Palm Beach Cardinals.

Game one:

St. Lucie Mets got game one with a 6-3 win. Warren Saunders and Branden Fryman both collected two hits and a RBI.

The St. Lucie Mets went with a bullpen day in game one. Strong outings from Austin Faith, Colin Holderman and Reyson Santos were important after Luis Moreno struggled.

Game two:

St. Lucie won game two 4-2 after a big 3 run homerun from Matt O’Neil in the sixth to give St. Lucie the lead.

Alex Ramirez went 2 for 3 and Omar de los Santos went 2 for 3 with a RBI in his debut for St. Lucie.

Junior Santos pitched well over 6 innings of two run ball. He allowed 7 hits and 4 walks, but was able to limit the damage.

Luis Montas got the save with a scoreless seventh.

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MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: J.D. Davis Has Big Day as Syracuse Scores 18

Syracuse Mets (20-40)

The Syracuse Mets rocked the Red Wings 18-2. J.D. Davis seems ready to return, going 4 for 6 with 2 doubles, a homer and 3 RBI’s. Khalil Lee also homered, going 2 for 4 with 3 RBIS.

With 21 hits, a lot of good days for the offensive players. Drury and Mazeika both had 2 hits and two runs batted in, Drew Jackson drove in three.

It was more than enough for Robert Stock who went 6 innings of one run ball. Stock allowed 6 hits and a walk, while striking out 8.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies (22-36)

The Rumble Ponies couldn’t overcome a 6 run first in a 6-3 loss to the Altoona Curve.

The Ponies collected just 5 hits, one went out of the yard for a Luis Carpio homer. Johneswhy Fargas went 1 for 4 as he reached Binghamton in rehab.

Luc Rennie allowed 6 first inning runs, but settled down a bit after, going 4.2 innings with 8 strikeouts. Robinson and Mitchell combined for 3.1 scoreless.

Brooklyn Cyclones (20-39)

The Cyclones won an old fashioned pitching duel 1-0. Mauricio went 2 for 4 and Vazquez drove in the only run with an eight inning sac fly.

Jaison Vilera had a much needed strong outing, pitching 5 scoreless innings. Colby Morris and Michel Otanez both went 2 scoreless is close out the close win.

St. Lucie Mets Postponed

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MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: Duplantis Rocks 2 Homeruns.

Syracuse Mets (19-40)

The Syracuse Mets won a back and forth game with the Railriders 9-8 after 10 innings. Mason Williams RBI single in the top of the tenth gave Syracuse the lead, which they hold.

Williams and Mazeika went 2 for 6 with 2 RBIs. Mazeika his RBI’s came on a clutch 8th inning two run homerun, to give Syracuse the lead.

Drew Jackson also went yard. Drury and Tovar drove in two and JD Davis went 2 for 3.

Thomas Szapucki got the start allowing 2 runs in 3 innings. Windle was clutch getting the final out in the ninth and keeping the ghost runner from scoring in the 10th.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies Postponed

Brooklyn Cyclones (19-39)

The Cyclones beat the Renegades 10-3. Duplantis went yard twice, going 2 for 3 with 3 RBIs.

Luis Gonzalez homered in a 3 for 5 day, driving in 1 and scoring 3 runs. Jeremy Vasquez also homered as he went 2 for 5 with 3 RBIs.

Ronny Mauricio went 2 for 4 with a double and a RBI.

Alec Kisena had some control issues walking 5 in 4 innings, but allowed just one hit limiting the damage to a skinny run. The righty struck out 5.

Sidearmer Hejika had 3 perfect innings with a strikeout. Meanwhile in the Futures Game Francisco Alvarez crushed a homerun.

St. Lucie Mets (31-29)

The St. Lucie Mets lost 13-9 to the Mighty Mussels, besides a 5 hit day from Jaylen Palmer.

Warren Saunders went 2 for 5 with 2 RBIs and Dyer homered for the seventh time this year. He did leave the game.

Griffin got the start allowing 5 runs in 4 innings. The bullpen didn’t fair well besides 2 scoreless from Sammy Taveras, allowing 8 runs.

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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.

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MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: Mazeika Hits Big Game Tying Homer

Syracuse Mets (17-39)

The Syracuse Mets won a well pitched ballgame 2-1 after 10 innings. Patrick Mazeike homered with 2 outs in the eight to tie the game and Drew Jackson drove in the winning run in the top of the 10th.

Alex Sanabia pitched great in his second outing for Syracuse, pitching 7 innings of one run ball. Stephen Nogosek followed with 2 perfect innings, striking out 5 and Roney got the save leaving the ghost runner stranded with 3 strikeouts.

J.D. Davis also made a terrific play in the field in the win, which you can see below.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies (21-35)

The Rumble Ponies lost to the Fisher Cats 7-3. Nick Meyer hit his first of the year, a 2 run shot in the third. Manny Rodriguez collected the other RBI.

Cole Gordon had a solid outing allowing just 2 runs over 5 innings. Yeizo Campos pitched 2 very strong innings, with 5 strikeouts, but Gilliam struggled allowing 5 runs (4 earned) in his inning.

Brooklyn Cyclones (18-37)

The Cyclones lost to the Renegades 6-4. Duplantis, Baty and Vazquez all had 2 hit games, with Vazquez hitting a 2 run homer in the ninth.

Cam Opp and Colby Morris struggled allowing a combined 6 runs over 5 innings of work. Parsons and Otanez both pitched scoreless ball in their outings. Ronny Mauricio made a smooth play at short to rob a hit.

St. Lucie Mets (30-28)

The St. Lucie Mets got clobbered 13-5 by the Mighty Mussels. Joe Suozzi went 2 for 5 with a 2 run homerun, his 2nd of the year. McIlwain and Walters both went 2 for 3 with a RBI.

Franklyn Parra allowed 6 runs (4 earned) in just 1.2 innings. The bullpen couldn’t keep St. Lucie in the game, allowing a combined 7 runs.

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MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: Fargas Homers for Second Straight Day

Syracuse Mets Postponed

Binghamton Rumble Ponies (21-34)

The Rumble Ponies beat the Fisher Cats 5-1. Jake Mangum homered for his sixth of the year. Vientos went 2 for 4 with a RBI and Manny Rodriguez drove in 2.

Josh Walker shined again, going 6 scoreless innings. The lefty allowed just 2 hits and a walk with 5 strikeouts. Walker lowered his season ERA to 2.83.

Brooklyn Cyclones Postponed

St. Lucie Mets (30-27)

The St. Lucie Mets lost to the Mighty Mussels 9-7. Johneswhy homered for the second straight day, hitting a 3th inning 3 run homerun. Edgardo Fermin went 2 for 3 with a homerun off his own.

Oscar Rojas struggled a bit since a dominant recent stretch. He allowed 4 runs over 6 innings. The bullpen struggled allowing 5 runs in 3 innings.

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MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: Mauricio Hits Ninth Homer

Syracuse Mets (16-39)

The Syracuse Mets split a Doubleheader against the Railriders.

Game one:

Syracuse lost game one 3-2, as they collect only 3 hits. However two of the three went out of the park as Brandon Drury and Chance Sisco went yard.

Albert Almora had the other hit, a double and was able to gun down a runner at the plate.

Jesus Reyes dropped to 0-7 after allowing 3 runs over 4.2 innings.

Game two:

Syracuse won game two 5-0 in a rain shortened 6 inning game. Patrick Maizeka went 3 for 4 with an RBI. Maybin drove in two and Khalil Lee doubled home a run.

The Syracuse pitching combined to throw 5.2 scoreless. Eickhoff went 2 and Banda went 3.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies (20-34)

The Ponies beat the Fisher Cats 5-3. Carlos Cortes went 2 for 4 with 2 Doubles and 2 RBI’s. Luis Carpio hit a 2 run homerun. Mangum and Winaker collected two hits.

Adam Oller was solid over 5.1 innings, allowing just 3 runs (2 earned). Winans and Hackimer closed down the game for the victory.

Brooklyn Cyclones (18-36)

The Cyclones lost to the Renegades 3-2 after 10 innings. They collected just 4 hits, one of them a homer from Ronny Mauricio.

Jose Butto was solid allowing just 2 runs on 5 innings. He allowed just 5 hits without recording a walk and 6 strikeouts. Hejka got the loss allowing the ghost runner to score.

St. Lucie Mets (30-26)

The St. Lucie Mets beat the Mighty Mussels 6-2 with help from rehabbing Johneswhy Vargas, who went 1 for 4 with solo homerun. Matt Dyer and Joe Suozzi also homered in the victory.

Junior Santos was solid over 4.2 innings of 2 run ball. The bullpen was tremendous going 4.1 scoreless.

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MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: Alvarez and Baty Homer.

Syracuse Mets (15-38)

The Syracuse Mets lost to the Railriders 8-3. Wilfredo Tovar and Cheslor Cuthbert both homered. J.D. Davis walks in all three of his at bats.

Thomas Szapucki made his return for Syracuse with 4 innings of 3 run ball. All three runs were unearned. Szapucki walked 4 and struck out 2. Marcel Renteria allowed 5 runs, while getting just 2 outs.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies (19-34)

The Ponies won a close one against the Fisher Cats 3-2. Jake Mangum went 2 for 4 with a double and RBI. Nick Meyer also drove in a run.

Dustin Beggs, who just signed a MiLB deal on June 30th, pitched well over 4.1 innings of one run ball. Eric Orze was solid, going 2.1 innings of one run ball. He allowed just 2 hits (one homerun), while striking out 3. Riley Gilliam got the 2 inning save.

Brooklyn Cyclones (18-35)

The Cyclones lost 9-7 to the Renegades, besides homeruns from Alvarez, Baty and Ritter.

Jaison Vilera struggles to keep the ball in the yard continued. He allowed 5 runs over 4 innings. The righty has allowed 17 homeruns in 41.1 innings.

Both Montes de Oca and Ragan struggled in their outings. Montes the Oca got the loss.

St. Lucie Mets (29-26)

The St. Lucie Mets beat the Mighty Mussels 8-6. Jose Peroza and Brandon McIlwain drove in two. Jose Peroza and Jaylen Palmer both collected two hits.

Luis Moreno got the start, allowing 4 runs over 5 innings of work. He walked 4 and struck out 8. Luis Montas got his second save.

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MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: Worley Shines in Syracuse Win

Syracuse Mets (15-37)

The Syracuse Mets beat the Red Wings 4-2. JD Davis went 1 for 3 with a RBI Double in his rehab game.

Brandon Drury went 3 for 4 with a double and RBI. Wilfredo Tovar also doubled in a 2 for 3 day.

The story of the day was Vance Worley, who pitched eight strong innings, allowing just one run on 6 hits. Worley walked just one and struck out 4. Stephen Nogosek got the save.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies (18-34)

The Rumble Ponies lost 12-5, besides a 4 RBI day from Mark Vientos. Vientos went 3 for 4 with his 13th homerun and a double. He is hitting .283 with a .949 OPS.

Luc Rennie struggled allowing 7 runs in 3.1 innings of work. The bullpen put gasoline on the fire with 5 runs over 4.1 innings of work.

Brooklyn Cyclones (18-34)

The Cyclones lost to the IronBirds 7-2. Luke Ritter had himself a moment, homering against 2019 all star, John Means. He went 2 for 3 with that solo homerun.

Alec Kisena allowed 6 runs in 4.2 innings of work.

St. Lucie Mets (28-26)

The St. Lucie Mets lost a close one to the Threshers 3-2 as Willy Taveras allowed a walk off sac fly in the ninth.

The St. Lucie Mets offense collected just 4 hits, with McIlwain and Palmer driving in the only runs. Palmer RBI triple tied it in the sixth and McIlwain RBI single gave St. Lucie the lead in the seventh. A lead the bullpen couldn’t hold.

David Griffin was tremendous, going 6 innings of one run ball. He allowed just 2 hits and 2 walks, while striking out 8

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MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: Good Pitching, Bad Offense

Syracuse Mets (14-37)

The Syracuse Mets lost to the Red Wings 4-1. Drew Jackson drove in the only run with a solo homerun. Villar went 0 for 3 in his rehab game and JD Davis 1 for 3.

Alex Sanabia made his debut after coming over from Indy Ball. He was solid allowing just 1 run over 4.1 innings. Windle and Bostick were good in relief but Roney allowed 3 in the ninth for the loss.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies (18-33)

The Rumble Ponies lost to the Flying Squirrels 2-1. Nick Meyer collected 2 of the Ponies 3 total hits. Luis Carpio had the other, a RBI Single.

Oscar De la Cruz pitched well, going 5.1 innings of one run ball. He struck out 6 in that span.

Brooklyn Cyclones (18-33)

The Cyclones lost to the IronBirds after they couldn’t hold a 3-0 lead in the bottom if the ninth. 4 unearned runs came home after Joe Genord error. It was followed by a sac fly (which should have been the third out) and two hits to score four runs.

The Cyclones scored three in the seventh to open the score. LT Struble drove in two with a base hit.

Justin Lasko was terrific, going 6 shutout innings. Lasko allowed just 4 hits and 2 walks, with 5 strikeouts.

St. Lucie Mets (28-25)

The St. Lucie Mets lost 2-1 to the Threshers, besides a strong outing from JT Ginn.

Ginn allowed just two runs on 4 hits in 5.2 innings of work. The top pitching prospect struck out 4. His ERA now stands at 3.04.

Nolan Clenney was terrific in his season debut, as he went 2.1 perfect innings with 4 strikeouts.

However the offense couldn’t do enough getting just one run across. Cole Kleszcz drove in the only run with a bases loaded walk, scoring Alex Ramirez.

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