New York Mets Minor League Baseball Commentary and Analysis
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Jeremy Mizell fell to 3-7 on the season in a tough start in the Sand Gnats 7-3 loss to the RiverDogs. He gave up four runs (three earned) on seven hits and a walk with two strikeouts in four innings.
The Sand Gnats had more errors (4) then runs (3) but D.J. Wabick was the hitting star for the Sand Gnats. He went three for four and he scored a run.
Julio Polanco dropped to 0-4 on the season with a tough start in the Sand Gnats 11-1 loss to the Cat Fish. He gave up eight runs (six earned) on ten hits and two walks with five strikeouts in 4 1/3 innings.
Brahiam Maldanado drove in the only Sand Gnat run of the game with a solo homerun. Hector Pellot went three for four with a double.
Talk about an ugly game. Jeremy Mizell gave up five runs in four innings and while he took the loss, this blowout was a team effort. The worst offender was Jonathan Castillo, who was tagged for eight runs in his one inning of work.
Brahiam Maldanado went two for four with a double. Sean McCraw hit a solo homerun and he drew a walk.
Matt Durkin improved to 4-3 on the season with a nice start in the Sand Gnats’ 3-2 win over the Cat Fish. He gave up one run on four hits and a walk with four strikeouts in seven quality innings.
D.J. Wabick was the hitting star in the win. He went two for five with an RBI.
The Sand Gnats lost two games in one day with pretty much a complete lack of offense in either game. In the first game, the Sand Gnats were shutout 5-0. Josh Stinson gave up five runs in five innings and he took the loss. Juan Lagares had two of the Sand Gnats five hits.
The Sand Gnats actually scored in the second game and the pitching was better. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough. A nice start by Tim Stonrach went to waste in the 2-1 loss. He gave up one run on four hits and two walks with two strikeouts in seven solid innings. Josh Thole singled twice and he drove in the only run in either game for the Sand Gnats.
Nelson Portillo gave up two runs in the eighth inning that proved to be the deciding run in the Sand Gnats 5-4 win over Rome. He fell to 0-4 on the season and both runs came off of solo homeruns.
Brahiam Maldanado had the big hit of the game for the Sand Gnats. His two run homer in the seventh gave the Sand Gnats the lead before Portillo gave it back up.
Greg Mullens got this game off to a rough start. He walked the first six batters and all six of those baserunners would eventually score in a 16-2 loss to Augusta.
Sean McCraw was the only Sand Gnat with two hits. He went two for four in the loss.
The Sand Gnats had a rough time at the plate in their 8-1 loss to Augusta. The hitters managed just four singles and a walk and Hector Pellot went two for four to lead the way with the offense.
Tim Stonrach fell to 2-6 on the season with a tough start. He gave up seven runs on seven hits and three walks with two strikeouts in 3 2/3 innings.
Jeremy Mizell dropped to 2-5 on the season with a tough start in the Sand Gnats 12-2 loss to the RiverDogs. He gave up seven runs on eight hits and two walks with two strikeouts in 3 1/3 innings.
Brahiam Maldanado was the only Sand Gnat with two hits. He went two for four with a double.
The Sand Gnats and RiverDogs made their rain out game up and each team walked away with a win. The first game highighted a decent start by Greg Mullens, who improved to 4-2 on the season. Francisco Pena was the hitting star and he went one for two with a run and an RBI in the 4-3 win.
Game two didn’t go nearly as well. The Gnats were held to just one run on five hits and the lone run was driven in by Hector Pellot on a sac. fly. Ryan Meyers took the loss and he gave up one run in his one inning.
Matt Durkin improved to 2-2 on the season with a nice start in the Sand Gnats 3-2 win over the RiverDogs. He gave up one run on three hits and four walks with six strikeouts in six innings.
Joe Holden was the hitting star in the win. He went three for three with a solo homerun.
The Sand Gnats put just two runs on the board in their 4-2 loss to Rome. Daniel Stegal was the hitting star in the loss and he had three of those hits and he drove in one of the two runs.
A nice start by Tim Stonrach went to waste. He gave up just two runs on five hits and a walk with four strikeouts.
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