STAR OF THE DAY: Gabe Ynoa dominated. So did Casey Meisner.
HONORABLE MENTION: Phil Evans - 8 hits in last 4 games. He deserves honor.
Las Vegas - All Star Break
Binghamton 7 - Portland 2
St Lucie 5 - Lakeland 3
Savannah - DNP
Brooklyn 0 - Aberdeen 2
Kingsport - Rained out
GCL Mets 1 - Cardinals 2
DSL METS 1. Mets 2 - Rockies 7
DSL METS 2. Mets 2 - Cubs 3
Binghamton rolled to an easy win. The opposing starter came in with a record 2-12, and left with a record of 2 - 13. no Conforto, no Nimmo, no matter. An 11 hit attack, evenly spread amongst the lineup.
Gabe Ynoa has been magnificent of late. In his last six starts, Gabe has allowed just eight earned runs and only two walks, while lowering his ERA from 5.72. to 3.87. Congratulations, MR. YNOA. Perhaps he should be nicknamed the Surgeon General for his pinpoint control.
Brooklyn continues to not hit, dropping to .225 in a loss to Aberdeen. In a pitcher's duel today, Almonte, who tossed seven innings, surrendered two runs in the 4th inning for the only runs of the day, as Brooklyn got whitewashed.
Brandon Kaupe had two of the Cyclones four hits, and the bullpen for the Cyclones was excellent once again, with no runs in the final two innings.
GCL Mets: our boys got outhit 8 to 4, and lost on an unearned run. Rehabbing Jhoan Urena went deep for the Mets' only run, and the Mets made four errors on the day.
DSL METS 1 : the Rockies scored 5 late runs to break a 2-2 tie and win going away.
GOAT: Brooklyn Bats