Showing posts with label Brooklyn. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Brooklyn. Show all posts

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Mets Minor League Roundup 8/28: Vegas pitcher deGrom hurt, St.Lucie sacs in winning run, Kingsport walks-off, Gant tosses one-hit shutout for Brooklyn


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Mets Minor League Roundup 8/28:


AAA - COLORADO SPRINGS 4, LAS VEGAS 3 (8 innings)
LAS VEGAS 12, COLORADO SPRINGS 8: Right-hander Jacob deGrom departed Game 1 after two innings with an apparent injury. The 51s suffered a walk-off loss in the eighth as Justin Hampson suffered the defeat. Las Vegas had loaded the bases in the final regulation inning, but Mike Baxter flied out to end the threat. Ex-Met Xavier Nady had a two-run homer against deGrom before he departed. Dustin Lawley started in left field and went 1-for-4 in his Triple-A debut. Las Vegas then posted a seven-run fourth inning in Game 2 to earn a split. Jamie Hoffmann contributed a three-run homer and Kirk Nieuwenhuis had a two-run homer in the nightcap victory. Box 1, Box 2

AA - BINGHAMTON 7, BOWIE 4: Starter Mark Cohoon's outing ended after two scoreless innings because of a rain delay. Box

A+ - ST. LUCIE 2, CHARLOTTE 1 (10 innings): Rylan Sandoval's sacrifice fly scored Cam Maron in the bottom of the 10th for the walk-off win. Starter Hansel Robles allowed one run on three hits and three walks in eight innings. Randy Fontanez (9-7) earned the win with two no-hit relief innings. St. Lucie remains mathematically alive for a postseason berth with four games remaining, but faces near-impossible odds because the two teams ahead of the Mets in the division finish the season playing head-to-head. Box

A - ROME 4, SAVANNAH 1: Starter Julian Hilario (7-7) allowed three runs on nine hits and and three walks in five innings. Box

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Jose Reyes making a rehab start in Brooklyn


Mets shortstop Jose Reyes will make a rehabilitation start for Class-A Brooklyn on Monday before he is activated from the disabled list, possibly a day later.

Reyes tested his strained left hamstring by running the bases Sunday before New York lost to the Philadelphia Phillies 8-5. Manager Terry Collins announced the decision after the game.

“I anticipate one rehab game,” Collins said. “Hopefully he’ll come out of it feeling good.”

With general manager Sandy Alderson and Reyes’ agent, Peter Greenberg, looking on, the All-Star ran from home to first three times, first to third, second to home and home to second. Fans who arrived early chanted Reyes’ name as he ran all out, a big grin on his face.

“I think we did enough running,” Reyes said. “I tested my legs in a lot of different ways. It is a relief. In the past I’ve had setbacks. I didn’t expect to run this quickly, but I’ve been working hard and doing treatment.”

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Pelfrey and Capuano Visit Brooklyn Students


Despite an 11th inning loss in gloomy weather last night Mets starting pitchers Mike Pelfrey and Chris Capuano, took time out of their day to visit students at P.S 184 in Brooklyn. The pair played basketball and signed autographs for the students while encouraging them to strive in school.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Coming Out of the Pen for the Mets, Pedro Beato?


The Mets selected Pedro Beato with their second pick in the Rule 5 Draft. He projects as a middle reliever and might be able to have an immediate impact on the major league roster.

Beato was actually drafted by the Mets in the 17th round in 2005 but did not sign. The following year, the Orioles selected him with the 32nd overall pick and were able to sign him.

The Mets brought in D.J. Carrasco for some bullpen help at the Winter Meetings. They also signed Boof Bonser, but he will provide insurance at AAA. Pat Misch and Manny Acosta are still in house and will be competing for spots.

While some scouts say Beato is not quite ready for the bigs, his 2010 numbers for the AA Bowie Baysox
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