Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Mets Minor League Review for Games on July 6, 2015

  • In the New York-Penn League, Brooklyn got only three hits, two fewer than Williamsport, but won in the bottom of the tenth without a hit, the win resulting from a walk, a sacrifice bunt, and a fielder's choice in which the pitcher's throwing error allowed the winning run to cross the plate. Cyclones starter, Tyler Badamo, a native New Yorker, pitched seven innings of four hit, no earned run baseball, but didn't stick around long enough to gain the victory. The game was Badamo's fourth stellar start in a row. The Mets drafted him in 2014, Round 24.
  • In the Gulf Coast League, the GCL Mets were outhit 16 hits to 6 and outscored 6 runs to 1. One of the game's few highlights was catcher Ali Sanchez's two hits, which upped his average to .500 with an OPS of 1.046. Sanchez not only leads GCL hitters in batting average, he's hitting 81 points higher than the player in second place, but his only extra base hit has been one double. Strangely, in the nine games in which he has played he does not have one base on balls.
  • In other games, Kingsport won by a run (5-4) in the bottom of the ninth on an error; Las Vegas was postponed; Binghamton and Savannah also both lost by a run (5-4 and 8-7); and St. Lucie was clobbered 9-0.

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