Showing posts with label Noah Syndergaard. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Noah Syndergaard. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 7/22: Syndergaard pitches well in opener of double header, Blake Taylor (Ike Davis Trade) pitched six strong for Kingsport


Mets Minor League Roundup 7/22:


LAS VEGAS 4, TACOMA 0
TACOMA 4, LAS VEGAS 3: Noah Syndergaard limited the Rainiers to four hits in 6 1/3 scoreless innings and combined with Gonzalez Germen on the seven-inning shutout in Game 1 of a doubleheader. Matt den Dekker had a game-opening homer and Josh Satin had a two-run shot later in the first inning against James Paxton. Den Dekker finished 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Wilmer Flores went 0-for-4 as his 22-game hitting streak ended. Syndergaard (8-5) walked three and struck out five and tossed 109 pitches. In Game 2, it was a rain shortened game. Matt den Dekker drove in two and Anthony Seratelli drove in one in the loss. Giancarlo Alvarado started the game, took the loss and only pitched 3 innings.. Box 1, Box 2

PORTLAND 4, BINGHAMTON 3: B-Mets reliever Jon Velasquez surrendered a walk-off RBI double to Jonathan Roof. Dilson Herrera went 3-for-4 and fell a double shy of the cycle. He was ejected in the eighth inning for arguing after being called out at home plate. Binghamton had opened the scoring in the third. Travis Taijeron and Herrera singled and Brian Burgamy walked to load the bases. With Dustin Lawley at the plate, Luis Diaz tossed a wild pitch and Taijeron scored for a 1-0 lead. The Sea Dogs responded with a three-run fourth against Rainy Lara. After the righty retired 10 of the first 11 batters he faced, rehabbing Ryan Lavarnway launched a solo homer to tie the score. Later in the frame, Sean Coyle and Stefan Welch singled and Shannon Wilkerson plated both. The B-Mets evened the score at 3 a half-inning later on solo homers by Taijeron and Herrera. Velasquez (4-3) went 1 2/3 innings in the losing effort. Lara tossed 5 1/3 innings and allowed three runs on six hits. Box

Monday, July 14, 2014

Mets News and Notes: Wright's Cortisone Shot, Niese getting ready for second half, No Call Up for extra infielder, Prospects Showcase themselves at Future's Game


Mets News and Notes:


Syndergaard in 2014 Futures Game
Wright's Cortisone Shot
David Wright insisted he does not deserve to represent the Mets at Tuesday's All-Star Game. More candidly, the captain confessed Sunday morning, even if the National League needed a late replacement, he would be unable to perform.

Dogged by a bruised left rotator cuff and inflammation that recently sidelined him for a week, Wright told ESPNNewYork.com he will receive a cortisone injection in the shoulder after Sunday's first-half finale. He then will spend the All-Star break "out west," allowing the shot to take effect.

Niese getting ready for second half
Jon Niese threw 21 pitches in the home bullpen at Citi Field on Sunday morning, took a break to simulate a half-inning, then threw an additional 17 pitches. It was his first time working off a mound since a 12-pitch appearance on July 4, when he departed after getting struck with a line drive in his lower back.

Niese officially landed on the DL the following day with a left shoulder strain. An MRI last Monday revealed inflammation in the AC joint.

The Mets plan to activate Niese from the DL to face the Seattle Mariners on July 21, to open the second series after the All-Star break. The southpaw will throw another bullpen session when the Mets reconvene Friday in San Diego to affirm his readiness.

Niese is eligible to return from the DL next Sunday, on the final day in San Diego, but Terry Collins prefers having Niese wait until Seattle, where lefty-hitting Robinson Cano poses a big danger.

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Mets Rumors: Cubs Starlin Castro might be a fit for Mets, but might cost Wheeler or Syndergaard in return


Mets Rumors:


According to a report by John Harper of the Daily News, the Mets are an ideal candidate for a SS Starlin Castro Trade with the Cubs.

The Problem is who would the Mets give up to get him? The Cubs are looking to upgrade their farm system with pitching. The Mets have plenty of minor league pitchers, but it is up to the Mets to depart with some in order to get a deal done.

Harper suggest that Zack Wheeler and Jacob deGrom could get the deal in action, problem is the Mets are with injuries to Jon Niese and others like Matt Harvey.

If the Mets can get Harvey back to 100% and have Noah Syndergaard ready for 2015 the Mets will have some depth to deal with. Guys like Rafael Montero or Jacob deGrom could become available...

So would an offer of Wheeler convince Epstein to deal now? One baseball executive friendly with Epstein said it would take more.

Monday, July 07, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 7/6: Syndergaard redeems himself going 7 innings, giving up one run in Vegas win - Flores Homers again


Mets Minor League Roundup 7/6:


Mets AA - LAS VEGAS 12, ALBUQUERQUE 1: Noah Syndergaard allowed just one run in seven innings, with no walks and eight strikeouts. And Wilmer Flores homered again, his sixth long ball in the past four days. Left fielder Cesar Puello hit two home runs in his return from a concussion. Kevin Plawecki had three hits and drove in three runs. Box

Mets AA - ERIE 10, BINGHAMTON 9 (10 innings): Third baseman Dustin Lawley hit his 15th home run of the season in a wild game. Erie tied it when Steven Moya homered off Binghamton's Adam Kolarek in the ninth. The SeaWolves scored twice in the top of the 10th, but Binghamton scored on a bases-loaded walk and then had the bases loaded with nobody out. Kyle Johnson and Dilson Herrera struck out, and Brian Burgamy popped up to end it. Travis Taijeron and T.J. Rivera also homered for the B-Mets. Box

Mets High A - JUPITER at ST. LUCIE (ppd.): The game will be made up as part of an Aug. 22 doubleheader.

Mets A - SAVANNAH 8, HICKORY 2: Second baseman Jorge Rivero had three hits and drove in three runs for the Sand Gnats. First baseman Dominic Smith, the Mets' first-round draft pick in 2013, also had three hits and drove in two runs. Starter Robert Gsellman allowed two runs in 6 1/3 innings for his seventh win of the season. Box

Mets A - SS - PULASKI 4, KINGSPORT 1: Catcher Jose Garcia had two of the Mets' four hits and drove in their lone run. Starter Andrew Church allowed just one earned run in six innings, with no walks and two strikeouts. Box

Mets A - SS - BROOKLYN 7, ABERDEEN 0: Carlos Valdez and Gaither Bumgardner combined on a two-hit shutout. First baseman Michael Katz had two doubles and drove in a run. Third baseman Jhoan Urena had three hits and drove in a run. Box

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 7/1: Syndergaard gets pounded, but Vegas picks up victory in 10 innings


Mets Minor League Roundup 7/1:


Mets AAA - LAS VEGAS 9, SALT LAKE 8 (10 innings): Noah Syndergaard allowed five runs on 11 hits in 3 2/3 innings as his ERA swelled to 5.70. Josh Satin (2-for-6) delivered a walk-off two-run single to left field with the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the 10th. Salt Lake had built a 5-0 lead and led 7-3 in the eighth. Las Vegas then rallied for three runs in the eighth and tied the score at 7 in the ninth on a run-scoring infield by Danny Muno (2-for-3, 2 RBIs). Ian Stewart (3-for-5, double) hit a solo homer in the top of the 10th against Buddy Carlyle to give Salt Lake an 8-7 lead. Las Vegas became the first Triple-A team to 50 wins. Box

Mets AA - NEW BRITAIN 9, BINGHAMTON 6: New Britain tagged Hansel Robles for a season-high eight runs in three innings, including five in the first. Dustin Lawley launched two homers in the defeat. He deposited a 2-1 pitch from New Britain starter Jason Wheeler over the left-field wall in the second inning, cutting New Britain’s lead to four. He struck again in the fourth with another solo blast, his third homer in three at-bats dating to Monday. New Britain kept up the pressure in the fourth by getting the first five batters safely aboard. After Mike Kvasnicka blasted a two-run homer, Robles loaded the bases on a pair of walks and a single. Reliever Ryan Fraser entered and collected the final three outs of the inning, while allowing one inherited runner to score. Trailing by six in the sixth, Jayce Boyd bounced an RBI triple off the right-center wall for his first three-bagger of the season. The B-Mets plated two more in the eighth, on RBI singles from Brian Burgamy and Brandon Nimmo. Box

Mets High A - ST. LUCIE 6, CHARLOTTE 4: St. Lucie scored five runs over the final two innings for the come-from-behind win. Trailing 4-3 entering the ninth, Gavin Cecchini flied out and Phillip Evans grounded out to open the inning. Maikis De La Cruz then singled and Jeff McNeil walked. Eudy Pina followed with a game-tying RBI single. Gilbert Gomez then produced a two-run double. Paul Sewald stranded two baserunners in scoring position and earned his fourth save in the bottom half by getting Tyler Goeddel to fly out. Starter Cory Mazzoni, continuing to work back from a spring-training lat strain, allowed two runs in five innings. Box

Friday, June 27, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 6/26: Syndergaard Not Sharp, Plawecki Hits Homer in Vegas Debut


Mets Minor League Roundup 6/26:


Mets AAA - SACRAMENTO 7, LAS VEGAS 5 : The Las Vegas 51s were defeated 7-5 today in 11 innings at Sacramento when it surrendered a two-run home run to Sacramento’s Andy Parrino to end the game. Las Vegas forced extra innings on Kevin Plawecki’s solo home run (Vegas Debut) with two outs in the top of the ninth to tie the game at five. Andrew Brown hit his 14th home run of the season for Las Vegas, helping the 51s erase a 5-0 deficit after the initial four innings. Cory VaughnMatt den Dekker and Brown each had a pair of hits for Las Vegas. Noah Syndergaard allowed five runs on five hits and three walks in an 89-pitch effort spanning four innings. Box

Mets AA - ALTOONA 3, BINGHAMTON 1: The B-Mets mustered three hits or fewer for the third time in four games. Altoona cracked the scoreboard without the aid of a hit in the first against Hansel Robles. A hit batter, walk and fielder’s choice put runners at the corners. Elias Diaz then sent a grounder to second baseman Brian Burgamy’s left. His spinning throw to second was off target, allowing Drew Maggi to scamper home with the opening run. The B-Mets evened the score at 1 in the second against Joely Rodriguez. Dustin Lawley walked, moved to third on consecutive groundouts and scored when Darrell Ceciliani beat out an infield single. Robles held Altoona hitless in its first nine at-bats with runners in scoring position. The streak came to an end with two outs in the fifth. With two aboard, Keon Broxton threaded an 0-2 pitch into right field to break the tie score and end Robles’ night. Reliever Ryan Fraser inherited runners at second and third and induced Willy Garcia to send a weak bouncer to third. Lawley hesitated before charging the grounder and fired late to first, allowing Diaz to score and giving the Curve a 3-1 lead. Ceciliani’s single proved to be the only blemish for Rodriguez. The southpaw closed his night by posting five scoreless innings. He retired the final 11 batters he faced. Binghamton mustered a threat against the Curve bullpen in the eighth. Following a single by Xorge Carrillo, Brandon Nimmo lined a double against Emmanuel de Leon, putting runners at second and third. With the tying run on second, de Leon struck out Dilson Herrera to end the threat and preserve Altoona’s two-run lead. Robles (5-5) walked three and struck out five over 4 2/3 innings in the loss. Tyler Pill, the originally scheduled B-Mets starting pitcher, was scratched due to illness. Box

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 6/21: Syndergaard Wins for Vegas, d'Arnaud helps the cause


Mets Minor League Roundup 6/21:


Mets AAA - LAS VEGAS 11, MEMPHIS 5: Noah Syndergaard surrendered a two-run homer to Xavier Scruggs in a three-run first by the Redbirds. Syndergaard dominated for a while after Scruggs' longball, retiring the next 16 batters as Vegas raced to an 8-3 lead. However, Stephen Piscotty singled to open the seventh and Pete Kozma launched a two-run homer with one out in the frame. So Syndergaard ultimately was charged with five runs on six hits while striking out seven and walking none in 6 2/3 innings. Travis d'Arnaud went 2-for-5 with two doubles and an RBI and is hitting .453 in Triple-A. Anthony Seratelli had a three-run homer in a five-run third. Cesar Puello finished 2-for-3 with a homer, five RBIs and a walk. Ex-Met Pedro Feliciano tossed two scoreless innings in relief for the Redbirds. Box

Mets AA - BINGHAMTON 7, BOWIE 6: Left-hander Steven Matz allowed five runs on seven hits and two walks in 5 2/3 innings in his Double-A debut. Relievers Ryan Fraser, Adam Kolarek and Cody Satterwhite then limited Bowie to one run the rest of the way as the B-Mets rallied for their 11th win in 12 games. Trailing 5-3, Binghamton took the lead with a three-run seventh against Anthony Vasquez. Kevin Plawecki deposited an RBI double into the right-field corner, cutting Bowie’s lead to one. Jayce Boyd followed by plating Plawecki with the tying run on a double. Three batters later, Boyd scampered home with the go-ahead run when reliever Steven Hensley uncorked a wild pitch. The B-Mets tacked on a much-needed insurance run in the eighth. Pinch-hitter Kyle Johnson reached safely with a two-out double when his innocent popup behind second fell to the outfield turf. Plawecki brought him home by threading a single into left field. Bowie had one last gasp offensively in the eighth. Rehabbing Oriole Nolan Reimold doubled against Kolarek and his pinch-runner, Johnny Ruettiger, scored on consecutive groundouts to trim Binghamton’s lead to one. Satterwhite took the reins in the ninth and posted a perfect inning, fanning Garabez Rosa to lock down his third save. Fraser (1-0) retired all four Baysox he faced after replacing Matz in the sixth to pick up his first win. Box

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 6/16: Syndergaard Shaky in return from DL


Mets Minor League Roundup 6/16:


Mets AAA - OKLAHOMA CITY 5, LAS VEGAS 1: Noah Syndergaard, returning from a disabled list stint for a sprained left shoulder, allowed four runs on seven hits and a walk in a four-inning, 73-pitch effort. Manager Wally Backman was ejected and proceeded to rip his lineup card to shreds in front of the umpire. Las Vegas' lone run came on Josh Satin's two-run RBI single in the ninth. Travis d'Arnaud went 1-for-4 as his Pacific Coast League average slipped to .394. Box

Mets High A - ST. LUCIE 6, CHARLOTTE 2: St. Lucie picked up where it left off before the Florida State League All-Star break -- with a win. The Mets' fourth straight victory kept them a half-game behind victorious Fort Myers for first place in the South Division. The Mets (39-29) have two games remaining in the first half, both against Charlotte. Steven Matz struck out six Crabs in six innings in Monday's victory. He gave up six hits and two earned runs. Matz threw a season-high 103 pitches and earned his fourth win. Paul Sewald contributed 1 2/3 scoreless innings with four strikeouts for his fourth hold. Randy Fontanez retired all four batters he faced to pick up his 10th save. The Mets scored three runs in the second. Cam Maron delivered a two-out RBI single against Leonel Santiago. After Maikis De La Cruz singled, Eudy

Saturday, June 07, 2014

Mets News and Notes: No Return imminent for Gee, EY has Hammy Setback, Johan has Torn Achilles Tendon, Syndergaard will miss week


Mets News and Notes:


NO Return imminent for Gee
Dillon Gee resumed throwing Wednesday on flat ground, but it still will be a while before he returns to the New York Mets rotation.

Gee had refrained from throwing since experiencing discomfort in his strained right lat muscle on May 25 while attempting to toss a baseball.

Because Gee will ultimately have spent about a full month away from a mound, the right-hander will probably need at least two minor league rehab appearances. And he's not even back on a mound yet.

EY has Hammy Setback
Eric Young Jr. will not be returning from the disabled list when he is eligible Tuesday.

Young felt tightness in his strained right hamstring running at the Mets' complex in Port St. Lucie, Fla., and has been backed off his rehab program.

He was placed on the DL on May 25.

Friday, June 06, 2014

Mets News: Noah Syndergaard has sprain in non throwing shoulder


Mets News:


According to ESPN, top prospect Noah Syndergaard has been diagnosed with a sprain of his left, non-throwing shoulder as a result of Thursday's plate collision in Las Vegas.

The degree of the sprain was not yet clear in the report...

Syndergaard had been dispatched for X-rays on Thursday night after colliding with a baserunner at the plate after uncorking a wild pitch. He departed the game in the first inning.

Syndergaard had just returned from a DL trip for a forearm strain.

Mets News: Oh Noah!, Top Prospect Syndergaard Injured on Play at Plate


Mets News:


Top prospect Noah Syndergaard was forced from Thursday's Triple-A Las Vegas game with two outs in the first inning after colliding at the plate with Mark Minicozzi after issuing a wild pitch.

"Noah Syndergaard was removed from the game tonight in Las Vegas after experiencing left shoulder discomfort resulting from a tag play at home plate," the Mets said in a statement. "The results of precautionary X-rays are pending."

It was Syndergaard's first appearance since May 21. He had been on the disabled list for a flexor tendon strain in his right forearm that required a visit to New York to be examined by team doctors.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Mets News and Notes: Gee Not Returning Soon, D'Arnaud Coming Back, Syndergaard's MRI Clean


Mets News and Notes:


Gee Not Returning Soon
Dillon Gee's original, ambitious goal to return from the disabled list after missing only two starts has long been thrown out the window.

Gee is taking a more cautious approach that suggests Rafael Montero and Jacob deGrom may be in the rotation for the foreseeable future.

Gee packed up his belongings after Tuesday's 4-2 win against the Pittsburgh Pirates and prepared to travel to the Mets' complex in Florida. He has been on the disabled list with a strained right lat muscle since May 11.

Gee said he threw two pitches on flat ground on Sunday with the intention of stepping onto a mound for the first time that day when he had to abort the session because he was uncomfortable.

Now, there is no set day he plans to attempt to step on a mound again. Gee said that's because he did "too much too quickly" and aggravated the lat muscle on Sunday.

d'Arnaud Coming Back
Travis d'Arnaud got in only two innings behind the plate on Tuesday before weather resulted in the suspension of Binghamton's game against New Hampshire.

Monday, May 26, 2014

Mets News: Noah Syndergaard has Forearm Injury, been placed on DL


Mets News:
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Top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard has been placed on the disabled list and will be dispatched to New York for an examination with team doctors after being diagnosed with a flexor pronator strain in his right elbow.

The injury can be a precursor to Tommy John surgery, but the Mets portrayed the injury as "mild" and not overly concerning.

"At this point we don't have a high level of concern," general manager Sandy Alderson said Monday afternoon. "But anytime the forearm is involved we like to have it looked at. So we're flying him back. He will be seen tomorrow and we'll have further information at that time."

Syndergaard, 21, had been 5-2 with a 4.02 ERA in 10 starts with Triple-A Las Vegas this season. He last pitched Wednesday.

"I don't believe it's something that's been significant over the last few starts," Alderson said. "This was following his last start. But I'm not going to tell you categorically that it hasn't existed before. I just don't know the precise answer to that question."

He was acquired from the Toronto Blue Jays with catcher Travis d'Arnaud and minor league outfielder Wuilmer Becerra for knuckleballer R.A. Dickey on Dec. 17, 2012.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 5/21: Syndergaard strikes out six in loss for Vegas


Mets Minor League Roundup 5/21:


Mets AAA - FRESNO 5, LAS VEGAS 4: Noah Syndergaard allowed three runs on five hits and two walks in five innings. He struck out six and surrendered a pair of homers in an 83-pitch performance. The 51s squandered a 4-3 lead in the eighth when Miguel Socolovich (1-2) surrendered two runs. Omar Quintanilla had a solo homer and Kirk Nieuwenhuis contributed a two-run shot. Box

Mets AA - PORTLAND 5, BINGHAMTON 1 - PORTLAND 6, BINGHAMTON 5: In a span of nine pitches to open Game 1, Darrell Ceciliani doubled, took third on Matt Reynolds' single and scored on Kevin Plawecki's fielder’s choice. However, the lead evaporated quickly in B-Mets starter Luis Cessa's Double-A debut. Former Mets farmhand Stefan Welch produced a three-run homer in the bottom of the first. Travis Shaw added a solo homer in the third. Cessa (0-1) ultimately was tagged for five runs on seven hits, including five extra-base hits, in 3 2/3 innings. Hamilton Bennett contributed 2 1/3 scoreless relief innings. Binghamton built a 5-0 lead after two innings in Game 2 as Kyle Johnson contributed an RBI single and Matt Clark added a two-run double. B-Mets starter Matt Bowman’s fortunes took a turn for the worse in the fifth when Portland loaded the bases with one out, trailing 5-1. Welch dumped a two-run single into center. Bowman then exited after walking Heiker Meneses to reload the bases. Mike Brenly greeted reliever Chasen Bradford by threading an RBI single past Reynolds at shortstop. Peter Hissey followed by pulling Bradford’s next pitch into right for a two-run single, giving Portland a 6-5 lead. Bowman (3-2) allowed six runs on six hits over 4 2/3 innings in the defeat. Box 1, Box 2

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 5/16: Syndergaard goes five in win for Vegas


Mets Minor League Roundup 5/16:


Mets AAA - LAS VEGAS 10, EL PASO 2: Noah Syndergaard allowed two runs on six hits and two walks while striking out five in five innings. He threw 93 pitches (56 strikes). For the third time this season, Jeff Francoeur finished a lopsided game on the mound against the 51s. This time, Frenchy surrendered a ninth-inning three-run homer to Andrew Brown. Francoeur now has a 6.23 ERA in five Pacific Coast League appearances this season. Entering this outing, he had limited opponents to two hits and two hit batters while striking out three in 3 1/3 scoreless innings. Matt den Dekker opened Friday's scoring with a leadoff homer in the first. He finished 3-for-5 with two extra-base hits and three runs scored. Josh Satin went 4-for-5 with two RBIs and three runs scored. Box

Mets AA - BINGHAMTON 8, NEW HAMPSHIRE 6: Brian Burgamy’s go-ahead, three-run double highlighted Binghamton’s four-run eighth. Trailing 6-4 and with Jayce Boyd on first base with one out after a walk, Wilfredo Tovar and Kyle Johnson greeted new reliever Dustin Antolin with consecutive singles, loading the bases. Burgamy then lifted a 2-0 pitch into the left-field corner. Jon Berti, playing his fourth career game in the outfield, reached up on the run, but had the drive kick off his glove and rattle off the fence. Three runs scored on Burgamy’s double, giving the B-Mets the lead. Kevin Plawecki tacked on an insurance run with an RBI single. Staked to a 4-0 lead, B-Mets starter Matt Bowman surrendered six runs in the third -- all unearned. Matt Clark booted Peter Mooney’s groundball at first to start the frame. Jon Berti took his place on a fielder’s choice and came home with New Hampshire’s first run when Kenny Wilson tripled off the left-center wall. Bowman then hit A.J. Jimenez, uncorked a wild pitch that allowed Wilson to scamper home and loaded the bases on back-to-back two-out walks. Andy Fermin cashed in on Bowman’s wildness with his first career grand slam, giving New Hampshire a 6-4 lead. Bowman retired 10 of the final 11 batters he faced after Fermin’s homer and exited after six innings. After tossing a perfect

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 5/10: Syndergaard strikes out 10 in six innings


Mets Minor League Roundup 5/10:


Mets AAA - TACOMA 5, LAS VEGAS 5: Noah Syndergaard had 10 strikeouts in six innings in a late-night game. Syndergaard allowed five runs, four of them earned, with the first three coming on a three-run first-inning home run by Nick Franklin. Syndergaard has 46 strikeouts in 43 1/3 innings for Las Vegas, with a 3.92 ERA. The game was suspended in the eighth inning due to wind, and will be completed on Sunday. Box

Mets AA - BINGHAMTON 5, HARRISBURG 2: Third baseman Dustin Lawley had a double and a three-run home run to lead the B-Mets to their third win in the last four games. Right-hander Rainy Lara went 6 2/3 innings and struck out a season-high seven in his third win of the season. Jack Leathersich pitched the ninth for his first save since last May 28. Box

Mets High A - ST. LUCIE 2, PALM BEACH 0: Matthew Koch and two relievers combined on a four-hit shutout, with Koch going 6 2/3 innings to earn his fourth win of the season. Koch allowed the first three Palm Beach hits, but two of them didn't leave the infield. Dilson Herrera and Phillip Evans drove in the two Mets runs, and each had two hits. Brandon Nimmo reached base twice (a hit and a walk), and stole his sixth base of the season. Box

Mets A - SAVANNAH 1, CHARLESTON 0: Stefan Sabol drove in the game's only run with a sixth-inning sacrifice fly, and John Gant combined with two relievers on a five-hit shutout for his fourth win. The Sand Gnats beat Caleb Smith, who entered the game with a 18 1/3-inning scoreless streak. Gavin Cecchini returned to Savannah's lineup after missing one game with a sore knee. Robert Coles pitched the ninth for his seventh save in as many chances. Box

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 5/5: Syndergaard strikes out 8 in no decision


Mets Minor League Roundup 5/5:


Mets AAA - LAS VEGAS 7, TACOMA 5
TACOMA 3, LAS VEGAS 2 : Vic Black tossed a scoreless seventh inning with one strikeout to secure his second save as Las Vegas completed a 7-5 win in the resumption of Sunday's suspended game. Andrew Brown had delivered a tiebreaking two-run homer in the top half of the seventh Sunday. Noah Syndergaard started Monday's regularly scheduled game. He allowed one run on seven hits and three walks while striking out eight in 5 2/3 innings. He threw 95 pitches (61 strikes) and departed with the score tied at 1. Taylor Teagarden hit a tiebreaking solo homer in the top of the ninth against Clay Rapada, but Jeff Walters surrendered two runs in the bottom half to suffer the blown save. Kirk Nieuwenhuis remained out of the lineup a day after injuring an elbow colliding into the outfield wall on a catch. Box 1, Box 2

Mets AA - NEW HAMPSHIRE 5, BINGHAMTON 0: After taking over for rehabbing major leaguer Casey Janssen, Scott Copeland tossed eight scoreless innings to hand Binghamton its third consecutive loss. Binghamton threatened against Janssen in the first, but failed to break through. Kyle Johnson opened the game by zipping Janssen’s first pitch into center for a single. Matt Reynolds also singled, but Janssen used a pair of groundouts to escape. B-Mets starter Tyler Pill stumbled in the third. Andy Fermin pulled a solo homer inside the right-field pole for a 1-0 lead. Copeland used a double play to erase a leadoff single in the second, tossed a perfect third, worked around a two-out single in the fourth and used another twin-killing to post a scoreless fifth. New Hampshire tacked on two more runs in their half of the fifth. After Brad Glenn doubled, Brian Van Kirk bounced a grounder to third and reached safely when Brian Burgamy’s throw pulled Matt Clark off first base. Following a walk to load the bases, Jon Jones beat a potential double-play throw to first as a run scored. Jon Berti brought in New Hampshire’s third run with a bunt single down the third-base line. Overall, Copeland allowed only one B-Met to reach second base. Pill (0-5) suffered his second straight hard-luck loss. He allowed three runs (one earned) on three hits over five innings. The B-Mets have scored a total of eight runs in Pill’s five starts. All three of Binghamton’s shutout losses have come in games started by Pill. Cory Vaughn collected his team-leading fifth outfield assist. Box

Thursday, May 01, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 4/30: Syndergaard gets win for Vegas


Mets Minor League Roundup 4/30:


Mets AAA - LAS VEGAS 6, RENO 1: Noah Syndergaard limited Reno to one run on four hits and two walks while striking out seven in seven innings. He sliced his ERA to 3.94 with the 96-pitch performance. Juan Lagares went 2-for-4 and was hit by a pitch in what is expected to be his final rehab start. The 51s broke a 1-all tie with a five-run seventh that included run-scoring hits by Zach Lutz and Wilmer Flores. Flores was out of the starting lineup with continued swelling in the finger he jammed Sunday, which makes it difficult to throw. Box

Mets AA - BINGHAMTON at AKRON (ppd).: The game will be made up as part of a June 10 doubleheader at 5:35 p.m.

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 4/25: Syndergaard wins for Vegas, St. Lucie Scores 10 runs in eighth in win, Savannah sweeps double header


Mets Minor League Roundup 4/25:


Mets AAA - LAS VEGAS 7, TACOMA 6: Noah Syndergaard allowed three runs on six hits and two walks while striking out six in five innings. The damage included a solo homer by Jesus Montero in the fourth inning. Syndergaard threw 96 pitches (58 strikes). After inheriting a one-run lead, Jeff Walters notched his sixth save despite allowing a pair of singles in the ninth. Vegas improved to 17-5. Andrew Brown went 3-for-4 with a homer, two RBIs, a walk and three runs scored. Miguel Socolovich allowed two eighth-inning runs as Tacoma closed to within a run. Box

Mets AA - ERIE at BINGHAMTON (ppd.): The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Saturday at 3:05 p.m.

Mets High A - ST. LUCIE 13, BRADENTON 4: Aderlin Rodriguez produced a grand slam against outfielder-turned-pitcher Walker Gourley in a 10-run eighth inning as St. Lucie overcame a one-run deficit. Trailing 4-3, Phillip Evans singled with the bases loaded beyond left fielder Jonathan Schwind’s reach, allowing Jairo Perez to score. Schwind’s throw to third base to get Gilbert Gomez got away and Gomez scored to make it 5-4. Eventually down three runs, Marauders manager Tom Prince summoned the right fielder Gourley to get the final out of the eighth. It took a while. T.J. Rivera delivered an RBI single, Gomez walked with the bases loaded to force in a run and Rodriguez capped the inning with a slam. Rodriguez finished with six RBIs and now leads the Florida State League with 25. The first five innings were a pitching duel. St. Lucie’s

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Mets Minor League Roundup 4/19: Syndergaard gets shelled


Mets Minor League Roundup 4/19:


Mets AAA - EL PASO 8,  LAS VEGAS 5: Noah Syndergaard made his fourth start of the season for the 51s, and it didn't go well. Syndergaard allowed six runs on six hits and three walks (plus a wild pitch) in just four innings. Four of the six runs were earned, but Syndergaard's ERA rose to 4.95. Syndergaard gave up a three-run homer to Cody Decker. Wilmer Flores went 2-for-5, and Taylor Teagarden his his second home run in as many nights. Box

Mets AA - BINGHAMTON 3, NEW HAMPSHIRE 2: Shortstop Matt Reynolds had a career-high four hits and scored the go-ahead run in the eighth inning. Reynolds has a seven-game hitting streak and is now batting .383. Starter Rainy Lara pitched well for the B-Mets (six innings, two hits, one unearned run), but the Fisher Cats tied the score when Jack Murphy homered off John Church in the seventh. Reynolds led off the eighth inning with his fourth hit of the day, then scored all the way from first on Matt Clark's single. Chasen Bradford pitched the ninth for his third save. Box

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