Last Night’s Quick Scores
- Las Vegas put up five runs in the first three innings and withstand late surge to defeat Salt lake, 5-3.
- Binghamton give up three first inning runs to New Hampshire and eventually lose, 5-1.
- St. Lucie scored two in the bottom of the ninth to tie the game and one in the 12th to steal a victory from Dunedin, 7-6.
- Savannah managed only two hits and lose Game 1 to Lexington, 7-0. In Game 2, Sand Gnats end four game losing streak and defeat Lexington 7-2.
- Brooklyn added six runs in the sixth and defeat Lowel, 8-5.
- Kingsport loses opening game to first place Danville, 7-1.
- In his first at bat since missing time due to a mild case of vertigo, Kevin Plawecki singled and finished game 2 for 4.
- John Lannan, in his first start for Vegas, threw six shutout innings, allowing six hits, with a walk and strikeout, to earn the victory.
- Josh Satin hit his sixth home run for Vegas and finished 2 for 3 with two RBI’s.
- Matt Reynolds went 3 for 5 with a triple and RBI and is batting .305 in Triple A.
- Steven Matz (4-2, 3.27) drops only second game as a B-Met by tossing five innings, allowing five runs (four earned) on 10 hits, with a walk and four strike outs.
- Brandon Nimmo singled and has hit safely in four straight games and has upped his batting average to .214 in Double A.
- T.J. Rivera singles to extend his current hit streak to six games. He has hit safely in nine of his last 10 games batting .368 (14 for 38) in that span.
- Jayce Boyd finished 2 for 4, and has hit safely eight of his last ten games with Bingo.
- Wilfredo Tovar finished 3 for 4, with a double, triple, two walks and two RBI’s including the tying run in the bottom of the ninth on a single.
- Gavin Cecchini went 3 for 6 and since his promotion, he is now batting .195 for St. Lucie.
- Akeel Morris tosses one inning, striking out the side and lowered his ERA to 0.78 in Savannah’s Game 2 victory.
- With two more hits on Monday, Amed Rosario has an 11 game hitting streak, with six multi-hit games in that span.
- Red Hot Michael Conforto has proven that he can handle NY Penn League pitching and now he should be promoted. With a single in Monday’s Cyclone victory, Conforto has hit safely in his first ten games in pro ball. During the streak he is batting .394.
- Left handed relief pitcher, Shane Bay, a Tulsa, OK native, has saved eight games in 11 chances for Brooklyn.
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