7/22 Minor League Report!

An article by posted on July 22, 2009

Buffalo 2, Louisville 1

ss Argenis Reyes 1 for 5, run, HR, RBI, 3 Ks, .277
cf Jesus Feliciano 1 for 4, 2 Ks, .312
rf Chip Ambres 1 for 4, 2 Ks, .242
c Rene Rivera 2 for 4, K, .252
3b, 1b Mike Lamb 1 for 4, .229
1b Nick Evans 1 for 4, run, K, .133
lf Josh Petersen 1 for 4, K, .375
2b Andy Green 1 for 3, K, .194
Kyle Snyder 4 IP, 3 H, ER, BB, K, 3.78 era, 61:41:20, 4:6:1
Tim McNab 3 IP, 3 H, K, 2.01 era, W (4-2), 30:19:11, 6:2:1
Brandon Knight 2 IP, H, 2 Ks, 5.06 era, SV (3), 27:20:7, 1:3:2

Binghamton 3, Connecticut 9

The Mets ran into Madison Bumgarner tonight, and Bumgarner ran into a baseball, clubbing a grandslam off Eric Niesen, part of a 5 hit, 5 walk, 6 run barrage against the Mets lefty, dropping him to 1-5 in the EL. Bumgarner, one of the (if not the) best pitching prospect in baseball, gave up just a run on 3 hits in 7 innings. The Mets gathered 2 hits and 2 runs off the Defenders bullpen, but were never really competitive.

The Mets had 5 hits tonight, while going just 1 for 4 with RISP and leaving 2 on base. Ruben Tejada (2 for 4, 2 runs, HR, RBI, K, .278) had the only multi hit game. Jose Coronado (1 for 4, run, 2b, .250), Josh Thole (1 for 4, 2b, 2 RBI, .341) and Ike Davis (1 for 4, K, .283) had the only other hits for the Mets. Ike’s was off Bumgarner.

rf Caleb Stewart 0 for 4, K, .187
lf Lucas Duda 0 for 3, .280
3b Jon Malo 0 for 3, .256
cf Emmanuel Garcia 0 for 3, 2 Ks, .263
Eric Niesen 5 IP, 5 H, 6 ER, 5/5 BB/K, HR, 7.36 era, L (1-5), 5:5:5
Emary Frederick 2 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, BB, 3.86 era, 2:2:0
Jim Warden 2 IP, H, ER, HR, 2 era, 2:4A

St. Lucie 1, Brevard County 2

Scott Shaw took a tough loss tonight, giving up just 2 runs on 5 hits and 4 walks in 6 innings. Edgar Ramirez fired 2 hitless innings in relief, and the Mets scratched a run in the 9th, but fell a run short.

They had just 5 hits of their own, going just 0 for 1 with RISP and leaving 3 on base. Reese Havens (2 for 4, run, HR (9), RBI (30), K, .235) had the only multi hit game for the Mets. Kirk Nieuwenhuis (1 for 4, K, .245), Francisco Pena (1 for 3, K, .230), and Brahiam Maldonado (1 for 3, K, .243) had the only other hits for the Mets.

2b Greg Veloz 0 for 4, 2 Ks, .247
1b Stefan Welch 0 for 4, .350
rf Carlos Guzman 0 for 3, K, .256
3b Zach Lutz 0 for 3, K, .271
lf Seth Williams 0 for 2, .293
Scott Shaw 6 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 4/5 BB/K, 3.75 era, L (4-6), 7:5:5
Edgar Ramirez 2 IP, BB, K, 0.30 era, 4:0:1

Savannah 7, West Virginia 2

The Gnats had 7 hits, 5 walks and took advantage of 7 Power errors to score 7 runs, en route to a 7-2 victory. Every regular except Jefry Marte had a hit for the Gnats, who went 2 for 8 with RISP and left 10 on base. Josh Satin (2) had the only multi hit game.

Chris Schwinden went the first 6 innings, allowing just 5 hits and striking out 10, for his 7th win of the season.

rf Raul Reyes 1 for 3, run, 2 BBs, .253
3b Jefry Marte 0 for 5, run, K, .240
dh Jordan Abruzzo 1 for 5, run, 2b, .235
ss Wilmer Flores 1 for 3, RBI, BB, .287
cf Sean Ratliff 1 for 5, run, 2 Ks, .271
1b Eric Campbell 1 for 4, BB, .270
2b Josh Satin 2 for 4, 2 runs, 2b, BB, K, .295
c Kai Gronauer 1 for 4, run, HR, 3 RBI, .240
lf Joey August 1 for 4, RBI, .114
Chris Schwinden 6 IP, 5 H, 10 Ks, 3.14 era, W (7-5), 3:5:10
John Church IP, 2 H, 1.86 era, 2:1
Tim Smith IP, 3 H, 2 ER, K, 3.48 era, 1:1:1
Jacob Goldberg IP, H, K, 2.88 era, 2:0:1

Brooklyn 0, Vermont 2, Game 1

Jim Fuller gave up 2 runs on a hit and 3 walks, all in the 2nd inning, enough to send him to his 3rd loss of the season, as the Cyclones were 2 hit.

cf John Servidio 0 for 2, BB, K, .204
2b Matt Gaski 0 for 3, .195
rf Luis Rivera 1 for 3, .310
1b Nick Giarraputo 0 for 3, K, .185
3b Tyler Vaughn 1 for 2, BB, .333
lf Alex Gregory 0 for 2, BB, K, .280
ss Robbie Shields 0 for 3, K, .125
dh Joe Bonfe 0 for 2, .111
c Juan Centeno 0 for 2, K, .179
Jim Fuller 5 IP, H, 2 ER, 3/6 BB/K, 1.75 era, L (3-3), 4:4:6
Mike Johnson IP, H, K, 3.86 era, 1:1:1

Brooklyn 7, Vermont 4, Game 2

The Cyclones scored early in the second game, with 2 in the first and 4 in the second, en route to a 7-4 win. They built up a 7-0 lead and withstood a 4 run 6th from the Lake Monsters, Collin McHugh worked 5.1 innings, giving up all 4 runs (3 earned) on 8 hits to pick up a cheap win, his 5th. Michael Powers pitched a scoreless 7th for his 6th save.

The Cyclones had 7 hits and drew 8 walks, while going 2 for 10 with RISP and leaving 8 on base. Justin Garber (3), Dock Doyle (2), Sam Honeck (3), Tyler Vaughn (3), John Servidio (2), and Luis Nieves (2) were all on base multiple times, while Evan LeBlanc (0 for 4, K), and Robbie Shields (0 for 4, K, .107) took 0-fers.

cf Justin Garber 2 runs, RBI, 3 BBs, .286
c Dock Doyle 1 for 3, 2 runs, RBI, BB, K, .264
1b Sam Honeck 1 for 2, 2 BBs, .320
lf Luis Rivera 1 for 3, RBI, .311
3b Tyler Vaughn 2 for 4, run, RBI, K, .368
rf John Servidio 1 for 2, run, BB, .209
2b Luis Nieves 1 for 3, run, BB, .145
Collin McHugh 5.1 IP, 8 H, 4/3 R/ER, 5 Ks, 4.11 era, W (5-1), 6:5:5
Erik Turgeon 0.2 IP, H, 1.17 era, 2:
Michael Powers IP, H, K, 1.46 era, SV (6), 2:0:1

Kingsport 3, Pulaski 5

Jhonathan Torres’ 2nd Appy League start was decent, he gave up 5 hits and 3 runs (2 earned) in 5 innings to take his 2nd loss. Oscar Melendez allowed 2 runs in just 0.1 innings to provide the final margin of dfeat.

The Mets offense had 5 hits and 5 walks, while going just 1 for 4 with RISP and leaving 6 on base. Alonzo Harris (2) had the only multi hit game for the Mets, while John Semel (0 for 4, K, .239), RJ Harris (0 for 4, 2 Ks, .244), Kurt Steinhauer (0 for 1, run, 2 BBs, K, .444), John Freeman (0 for 3, RBI, K, .152), and Gerad Mochizuki (0 for 3, BB, K, .221) all took 0-fers.

2b Alonzo Harris 2 for 4, 2 Ks, .308
1b Jeff Flagg 1 for 2, run, 3b, 2 BBs, K, .327
rf Cesar Puello 1 for 4, run, 2 Ks, .282
3b Ryan Mollica 1 for 3, 2b, 2 RBI, 2 Ks, .267
Jhonathan Torres 5 IP, 5 H, 3/2 R/ER, 2/1 BB/K, 2 HR, 3 era, L (0-2), 8:4:1
Oscar Melendez 0.1 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 9.45 era, 1:
Guillaume LeDuc 2.2 IP, 2 H, 2 Ks, 7.27 era, 2:4:2

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