Mets Farm Report: Campbell’s Blast Seals Victory For Las Vegas

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LAS VEGAS 7, SACRAMENTO 6

Las Vegas won a tight one after they took off with three runs in the second, starting with a two-run double from Allan Dykstra and an RBI double from Daniel MunoRafael Montero threw five innings giving up five hits and three runs which came in the third. The 51s took the lead in the fifth scoring two runs off a Wilmer Flores single in the bottom of the fifth. They rallied again scoring twice more in the seventh on an Eric Campbell home run.

BINGHAMTON 7, ERIE 2

Greg Peavey pitched well after giving up two runs in the very first inning, going on to pitch four innings and striking out three. Cody SatterwhiteAdam Kolarek and Jon Velasquez each pitched shutout baseball in relief. Darrell Ceciliani hit well, going 2 for 5, with two doubles and  three RBIs. Matt Clark also added three hits with two singles and a home run.

JUPITER 11, ST. LUCIE 0

It was a tough day for the St. Lucie Mets, and things were going well when Luis Cessa tossed six inning only giving up two runs. But  Beck Wheeler gave up three runs in the seventh andJulian Hilario let in sixth in the eighth. And they struggled just as much offensively. Aderlin Rodriguez was the only Mets who had any form of a successful day, going 2 for 3,  with two singles and a walk.

SAVANNAH 6, AUGUSTA 5

Game one of the double -header was tight, as the Sand Gnats sacrificed three runs in the third.Kevin McGowan pitched well, giving up just three earned runs in five innings while striking out five. Stephan Sabol was three for three with a sixth inning game-tying home run.

SAVANNAH 3, AUGUSTA 1

The Sand Gnats came out hot, scoring two runs off of a two-out single from L.J. Mazzilli and adding one more in the fourth after Jeff McNeil drew a bases loaded walk. Dario Alvarezpitched four innings off scoreless baseball, giving up only three hits and striking out five. Tim Peterson gave up one run in two innings of relief  and Robert Coles finished the GreenJackets off striking out two in the save.

PLAYER OF THE NIGHT

In a good day for minor league baseball, Eric Campbell earns the nod for Player Of The Night. Campbell’s big two-run blast in the bottom of the seventh put the 51′s up by two and eventually led them to a win over Sacramento.

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