DOWN UNDER: Minor League Update 7-7-15
Stars of the day: Starters Seth Lugo and Darin Gorski
Honorable mention: A bunch did well. Nick Debora, Gavin Cecchini, Brandon Nimmo, Xorge Carrillo, Alex Castellanos, Luis Carpio.
Las Vegas twin bill:
First game - Albuquerque 3, Las Vegas 0
Second game - Vegas 3-1 winners
Binghamton 7, New Britain 0
Charlotte 5, St Lucie 3
Greenville 7, Savannah 5
Kingsport 6, Greenville 4
DSL 1: Mets 4, Giants 0
DSL 2: Mets 3, Tigers 0
For the DSL 2 Mets, Nick Debora continues to dominate, throwing six innings of 2 hit shutout ball, striking out six, and has an ERA of 0.97. He improved to 4-0.
DSL 1: Wagner Lagrange keeps hitting and is at .363. Four pitchers combined for a Met shutout.
For Kingsport, SS Luis Carpio had three hits and four RBIs.
In an odd game for Savannah, they scored five runs on just 3 hits and 8 walks. Alberto Maldonado fell to 0-6, despite a 2.15 ERA. Savannah pitchers also struggled with control, walking seven batters themselves.
For St Lucie, hard luck Logan Taylor pitched 8 strong innings, allowing only two earned runs, but fell to 2-7. Champ Stuart had a home run, his 21st stolen base and a walk tonight on a quiet night for St Lucie bats. Dominic Smith went 1-4.
Seth Lugo threw six innings of two hit, shutout ball for Binghamton. Brandon Nimmo was 3-4, and Gavin Cecchini went 3-5. Xorge Carrillo had a double and a home run and two RBIs. Michael Conforto did not play.
in the first game for Las Vegas, Matt Bowman pitched reasonably well, but the Las Vegas bats were entirely silent causing Matt to fall to 5 - 10.
in the second game, Gorski pitched extremely well, tossing 6 innings without an earned run or walk, while striking out 10 and lowering his ERA to 4.76.
And Alex Castellanos blasted a two run homer, his 15th, giving him 51 RBIs and a .299 BA.
GOATS: none, really.