New York Mets Minor League Baseball Commentary and Analysis
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Three different pitchers combined to give up ten runs in a 10-6 loss to Altoona. Marcelo Perez took the brunt of the damage and he gave up four runs in just 2/3 of inning. Perez also took the loss and he dropped to 0-3 on the season.
Binghamton scored all six of their runs in the fifth inning. Mike Carp only finished with one double, but he drove in two and scored on as he took part in half of the Mets six runs.
Caleb Stewart singled home Fernando Martinez to win it in the ninth inning as Binghamtom edged Altoona 2-1. Stewart was also the only Met to have two hits in the game so he was definitely the hitting star.
Michael Devaney almost had a nice start wasted. He gave up just one run on five hits and two walks with five strikeouts in six innings. Ricardo Morales gave up just one hit in the final three frames and he improved to 2-1 with the win.
Binghamton lost a tough one today as they blew a three run lead in the ninth and then the Fisher Cats scored a run in the thirteenth as the Mets lost 5-4. A really nice start by Marcos Carvajal went to waste. He gave up one hit and two walks in five shutout innings. Ryan Cullen took the loss when he gave up the single run in the thirteenth.
Corey Ragsdale had a nice game at the plate. He went two for five with a double, two RBIs and a run. Jose Coronado went two for five with two runs.
The pitching wasn’t up to snuff today in Binghamton’s 7-5 loss to the Fisher Cats. Jose Sanchez had a tough start and he gave up four runs on five hits and three walks with two strikeouts in just two innings. Marcelo Perez took the loss and he gave up two runs in just 2 1/3 innings.
Brett Harper drove in two runs in the loss. Caleb Stewart doubled, drove in a run and scored.
Binghamton had as many errors in their 3-1 loss to the Fisher Cats then they did hits as they were held to one run on four hits. Miguel Negron drove in the only run of the game for the Mets.
Kevin Mulvey took the loss and he dropped to 1-3. He gave up three runs (one earned) on four hits with three strikeouts in five innings.
Ricardo Morales took it on the chin in Binghamton’s 6-2 loss. He gave up five of those runs on ten hits and he struck out two in six innings. Three of those ten hits were homeruns.
No Mets finished with more then one hit. Brett Harper drove home one of the two runs with a solo homerun.
Salvador Aguilar dropped to 0-1 on the season with a tough start against the Trenton Thunder. He gave up five runs on six hits and three walks with two strikeouts in just 3 1/3 innings.
Mike Carp had a big day at the plate. He went three for five with two doubles, a homerun and two runs.
Binghamton dropped a game to the Thunder 7-4 and Michael Devaney was roughed up in the loss. He gave up five runs on five hits and a walk with three strikeouts in four innings.
Jose A. Reyes doubled and drove in a run. Caleb Stewart singled, drove in a run and scored.
Michael Devaney lost his first game of the season in a pretty rough start. He gave up five runs on five hits and a walk with three strikeouts in just four innings.
Jose A. Reyes doubled and scored a run in the 7-5 loss. Caleb Stewart singled, scored a run and drove in one.
Miguel Negron provided plenty of offense in Binghamton’s 5-2 win over Trenton. He went two for five with a double and three RBIs. Enrique Cruz both scored a run and drove in one without getting a hit but he did pick up three walks.
Kevin Mulvey picked up his first win of the season in a solid start. He gave up two runs on four hits and a walk with three strikeouts in five innings.
Binghamtom got a nice pitching performance in the first game of a double header with Portland but not as good of one with some pretty poor hitting in the second game. Michael Devaney threw four shutout innings and then Ricardo Morales gave up one run in two innings to pick up the win. Mark Kiger hit a solo homerun and Jose Coronado went three for four with a double, a run and an RBI.
In the second game, the Mets picked up just one run on seven hits. Brett Harper drove in the lone run and he finished with two singles. Kevin Mulvey gave up four runs (just one earned) on seven hits with two strikeouts in five innings as he took the loss.
I’m not sure what’s more shocking. That Binghamton gave up nineteen hits or that they actually took this game into extra innings before losing it 10-7. Anyway, Carlos Muniz gave up three runs in the top of the tenth as Portland escaped with the win. Ryan Cullen had a particularly good relief outing. He threw two shutout innings and he struck out four.
Mike Carp hit his first homerun of the season and he scored twice in the loss. Nic Jackson and Miguel Negron each drove in two runs.
Binghamton was blown out and starter Marco Carvajal took it on the chin with a pretty poor start. He gave up nine runs on twelve hits and two walks with three strikeouts in just four innings.
Caleb Stewart hit a solo homerun in the 12-4 loss. Miguel Negron provided most of the runs with a three run homerun.
Fernando Martinez hit a solo homerun in the eight inning to tie Binghamtom up with Erie and Nic Jackson doubled home Mike Nickeas in the bottom of the twelth to win it. Martinez finished the game two for four with a triple, a homerun and two runs and he’s five for eight in the young season. Keep in mind that this kid is just 18 years old and he’s already mashing Double A pitching.
Carlos Muniz threw two shutout innings to close the game out and he picked up the win. He struck out four and walked none.
The Binghamton Mets finally got in their first game of the season and it was a downer. They were shutout and racked up eight hits in an 8-0 loss to the Erie Seawolves. Centerfielder Fernando Martinez singled three times and he was basically the hitting star.
Kevin Mulvey was hit hard and he didn’t even last two innings. He gave up seven runs on four hits and four walks in 1 1/3 innings.
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