Sunday, April 26, 2015

Mets Minor League Pitching Leaders Thru 4/25


Mets Minor League Pitching Leaders Thru 4/25:

  1. Darin Gorski (LVG) - 2
  2. Robert Gsellman (SCE) - 2
  3. Jake Kuebler (SCE/BNG) - 2
  4. Rainy Laura (BNG) - 2 
  5. Steven Matz (LVG) - 2
ERA (Based on 11 IP or More):
  1. Miller Diaz (SCE) - 0.00
  2. Luis Cessa  (BNG) - 0.00
  3. Jacob Lugo (BNG) - 1.54
  4. Robert Whalen (SCE) - 1.64
  5. Steven Matz (LVG) - 2.01
  1. Jon Velasquez (BNG) - 4
  2. Akeel Morris (SCE) - 2
  3. Cody Satterwhite (LVG) - 2
  4. Paul Seward (BNG) - 1
  5. Chase Bradford (LVG) - 1
  1. Steven Matz (LVG) - 19
  2. Marcos Molina (SCE) - 18
  3. Casey Meiser (SAV) - 17
  4. Corey Oswalt (SAV) - 16
  5. Brad Wieck (SAV) - 15

Mets Minor League Hitting Leaders Thru 4/25

Herrera Looking Good

Mets Minor League Hitting Leaders Thru 4/25:

  1. T.J. Rivera (BNG) - .441
  2. Dilson Herrera (LVG) - .364
  3. Johnny Monell (LVG) - .355
  4. Maikis De La Cruz (SCE) - .351
  5. Eudy Pena (BNG) - .343
  1. Alex Castellanos (LVG) - 5
  2. Travis Taijeron (LVG) - 5
  3. Michael Conforto (SCE) - 4
  4. Johnny Monell (LVG) - 3
  5. Wuilmer Becerra (SAV) - 3
  1. Matt Reynolds (LVG) - 18 
  2. Michael Conforto (SCE) - 15
  3. Alex Castellanos (LVG) - 14
  4. Travis Taijeron (LVG) - 11
  5. Maikis De La Cruz (SCE) - 11
  1. Matt Reynolds (LVG) - 7
  2. Alex Castellanos (LVG) - 7
  3. Jayce Boyd (BNG) - 5
  4. Dilson Herrera (LVG) - 5
  5. Jared King (BNG) - 4
  1. Matt Oberste (SCE) - 2
  2. Jean Rodriguez (SAV) - 2
  3. Jhoan Urena (SCE) - 2
  4. Maikis De La Cruz (SCE) - 1
  5. Eudy Pina (BNG) -1
  1. Champ Stuart (SCE) - 8
  2. Matt Reynolds (LVG) - 5
  3. Kyle Johnson (LVG) - 5
  4. Wilfredo Tovar (LVG) - 4
  5. Dilson Herrera (LVG) - 3

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Mets Minor League Roundup 4/25: Matt Oberste's walk-off single wins it for St.Lucie in 11 innings

Mets Minor League Roundup 4/25: Matt Oberste's walk-off single wins it for St.Lucie in 11 innings

Mets AAA - ALBUQUERQUE at LAS VEGAS (ppd,): The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Monday. Noah Syndergaard will start one of those games after dealing with food poisoning.

Mets AA - NEW HAMPSHIRE 10, BINGHAMTON 5: The B-Mets surrendered a season-high 20 hits en route to their third straight loss. Starter Luis Cessa (1-1) matched a career high by allowing 11 hits. He was touched for four runs in five innings. New Hampshire blew the game open by hanging five runs on reliever Jake Kuebler in the sixth. The Fisher Cats added a run against Chase Huchingson in the seventh. Binghamton had owned a brief lead after getting on the board against Matt Boyd in the first. Jared King led off the game by blooping a double down the right-field line. He scored two batters later when Jayce Boyd singled. The New Hampshire southpaw settled down and surrendered only two hits against the B-Mets' next 19 batters. Trailing by six runs, Binghamton scored two in the seventh, on an RBI double by Dustin Lawley and a run-producing single by Jairo Perez. The B-Mets added two runs more in the ninth, on a balk and King's sacrifice fly. Box

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Happy Recap: 2015 Season - Game 18 - Mets (8) at Yankees (2) - Mets Behind The Dark Knight Rout Yankees

Happy Recap: 2015 Season - Game 18 - Mets (8) at Yankees (2) - Mets Behind The Dark Knight Rout Yankees

The New York Mets turned the tables on the rival Yankees to even the Subway Series, swatting three home runs to back Matt Harvey's near complete-game effort in an 8-2 victory Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

Kevin Plawecki, Lucas Duda and Eric Campbell all took CC Sabathia deep in support of Harvey's (4-0) latest successful start since returning from Tommy John surgery. The ace right-hander yielded just five hits and two walks while striking out seven over 8 2/3 innings to win for the fourth time in as many outings this season.

The formula was virtually the same the Yankees used to record a 6-1 win in Friday's opener, when they tagged Jacob deGrom for three homers and received 7 2/3 innings of one-run ball from Michael Pineda to end the Mets' 11-game win streak.

Plawecki finished 2-for-4 and Juan Lagares went 4-for-4 with an RBI triple and three runs scored for the Mets, whose 14-4 start matches the 1986 World Series champion team for the best in club history.

Sabathia (0-4) wound up being rocked for seven runs on nine hits over five- plus innings to extend a winless stretch dating back to April 29 of last season.

Mark Teixeira had three hits, including his eighth homer of the season and third of the series, for the Yankees.

Sabathia's biggest struggles came during a rough fourth inning in which the Mets strung together four straight two-out hits that produced four runs and snapped a 1-1 tie.

Lagares began the stretch by drilling a triple to deep center that plated Daniel Murphy. After Wilmer Flores followed with an RBI single, Plawecki hammered a Sabathia fastball into the seats in left for his first career major league homer that extended the lead to 5-1.

Sabathia endured more trouble in the sixth, which Campbell began with a line- drive homer to right and Lagares singled to end the Yankee starter's afternoon. A pair of wild pitches by reliever Esmil Rogers brought Lagares home and increased the margin to 7-1.

That was more than Harvey would need in an outing where he was overpowering at times and efficient all throughout. He was touched for a run in the third, when Stephen Drew doubled and scored on Jacoby Ellsbury's double-play grounder that followed a bunt single by Didi Gregorius, then set down 10 straight Yankees after issuing a walk to Brett Gardner later that inning.

Teixeira ended the streak by belting his fifth homer in six games to start the bottom of the seventh, but Harvey retired the next nine batters prior to Teixeira's ninth-inning single and a walk to Brian McCann that prompted his removal.

Duda had opened the scoring by homering on Sabathia's 10th pitch of the day in the first inning. The Mets tacked on their final run on consecutive singles by Lagares, Flores and Plawecki against Rogers in the eighth.

Harvey joined teammate Bartolo Colon with wins in each of his first four starts, with the duo becoming the first pair on the same team to do so since 2008. Arizona's Brandon Webb and Micah Owings and Cleveland's Cliff Lee and Scott Lewis all accomplished the feat that season ... Harvey is now 8-0 with a 2.15 ERA in 10 career April starts ... Teixeira has eight RBI in his last four games and 13 over his seven most recent starts ... Flores went 2-for-4 to extend his hitting streak to eight games ... The Mets have won seven of the last 10 meetings between the crosstown rivals.

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