From Press Release:
Binghamton Mets (20-22) at Richmond Flying Squirrels (24-19)

AA Affiliate of the San Francisco Giants

LHP Mike Antonini (3-4, 8.76) vs. RHP David Mixon (4-2, 3.28)

Game #43• Monday, May 24, 2010

NYSEG Stadium • Binghamton, NY • 6:35 p.m.
LAST GAME: Binghamton lost its 10th game in its last 11 with

a 5-2 shortcoming at New Britain Sunday afternoon. Down 2-0

after four innings, the B-Mets rallied to tie in the fifth with RBI

singles from Michael Moras and Kirk Nieuwenhuis. However,

in the bottom of the frame, starter Scott Shaw ran into trouble,

walking a pair of men and allowing a single to fill the

bases with one out, leading to his departure. Emary Frederick

came on for his first outing with Binghamton and promptly

struck out the first man he faced before giving up a two-out,

two-run single to Yangervis Solarte. That proved to be enough

for New Britain, which got a stellar start from Carlos Gutierrez.

Gutierrez worked a season-long 7.2 innings and allowed just

two runs on seven hits to notch his first win of 2010. Shaw

was hung with his third straight loss. The righty was charged

for four runs over 4.1 innings. Luis Hernandez was the only BMets

player who managed two hits, a single and a triple in

four trips to the plate.


his ninth start of the season tonight. He is coming off a short,

five-inning start May 19 versus Bowie in which he allowed four

runs on six hits to take the loss, his second in succession. The

southpaw is 3-4 with a 4.84 ERA over 44.2 innings and hasn’t

walked a man in his last 10.2 innings. Antonini went 7-5 with

a 5.32 ERA over 25 appearances, 20 starts, spanning 115

innings last year with Binghamton. He was the Mets 18th

round choice in the June 2007 draft out of Georgia College &

State University

RHP David Mixon will go for his fifth win of the year tonight. He

is coming off his worst start of the season. May 19 versus Erie

he surrendered six runs on seven hits over four innings to

drop to 4-2 on the year. Mixon carries a 3.28 ERA over 46.2

innings, including a complete-game, shutout April 27 in Game

2 of a twinbill at New Britain. The Georgia native is in his first

full season as a starter. He appeared in 39 games last season

for San Jose (High-A) and racked up a 3-1 mark and a 3.29

ERA over 63 innings. The Giants took him in the 20th round of

the June 2007 draft out of the University of Louisiana-Monroe


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