New York Mets Minor League Baseball Commentary and Analysis
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The Zephyrs blew it in the ninth inning as they dropped to a two game deficit in their serie with the River Cats for the PCL Championship. Carlos Muniz was tagged for those two runs in the ninth inning but the game winner actually came with Ryan Cullen throwing so he shares some of the blame. It’s too bad because a nice start by Dave Williams went to waste. He gave up just one run in seven innings.
No Zephyr had no more then one hit while Fernando Tatis had the only extra base hit. He doubled, drove in a run and scored.
The Zephyrs dropped game one of the PCL championship to the River Cats 5-3 but buried in the loss was a terrific individual performance by David Newhan. He went three for five and two of those hits went over the fence. Unfortunately, there just wasn’t anyone on base.
Ryan Cullen picked up a hard luck loss. He gave up just one run but it was unearned in 2/3 of an inning.
The Zephyrs failed to sweep Nashville as they blew a one run lead in the ninth and then lost in the tenth. Ivan Maldanado gave up they tying run in the ninth and then Ryan Cullen took the loss when he gave up the losing run in the tenth.
Chip Ambres put the Zephyrs on the board in the first inning with a big three run homer in the 6-5 loss. Jesus Feliciano went three for five and he scored a run.
The Zephyrs outscored Las Vegas 9-8 and they out hit them 15=14 as the pitching went out the window in this one. Jason Alfaro went three for four with a double, a run and an RBI. Ricky Ledee and Andy Tracy each hit two runs homers in the win.
Ryan Cullen picked up the win but it was more of a right place, right time situation because he also gave up the lead in his one inning of work. Ivan Maldonado struck out the final two batters and he picked up his third save of the season.
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.
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.
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