Mets Minors Report 7/25: Nimmo Breaks Out With Three Hits, Conforto Still Hot In Brooklyn

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Last Night’s Quick Scores

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  • Matt den Dekker was 2 for 4 on Thursday and has five straight multi-hit games and four straight games with a double.
  • Brandon Nimmo has breakout game batting leadoff for B-Mets by going 3 for 5, with two doubles, raising his average above the Mendoza line to .207. 
  • Dilson Herrera singles to extend current hit streak to 12 games.
  • T.J. Rivera raises his batting average to .350 with a 3 for 4 night. He also added a double and a RBI.
  • Left hander Dario Alvarez threw two innings of relief on Thursday and won his seventh game of the season. In 19 relief appearances (6 starts), Alvarez is 7-0, with a 0.90 ERA, allowing only six earned runs, while striking out 93 batters in 60 innings.
  • Akeel Morris earned is tenth save in Savannah’s victory. In 30 relief appearances, he is 4-0, a 0.80 ERA, and 69 strikeouts in 45 innings.
  • Matthew Oberste goes 0 for 4, ending his hit streak at 21 games.
  • Michael Conforto singles to extend his hit streak to six straight games.
  • Amed Rosario triples and extends his hitting streak to nine games. In his last ten games he is batting .364 (16 for 44).
  • Right hander Martires Arias tossed seven shutout innings, allowing two hits, and struck out five batters, while lowering his ERA to 0.59 in Kingsport’s victory. 

Organizational Offensive Leaders 

Hits

1Dilson HerreraBIN132
2T.J. RiveraBIN114
3Matt ReynoldsLV109
4L.J. MazzilliSTL103
5Dominic SmithSAV103

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