Last Night’s Quick Scores
- Las Vegas allows the tying run and go ahead run to score late in game, and after mini rally, fall short to El Paso, 7-5.
- Binghamton score two in the 9th to walk-off on New Hampshire, 4-3.
- St. Lucie and Dunedin were postponed due to rain.
- Savannah wins second game in a row by defeating Lexington, 8-3.
- Brooklyn’s streak hits fourth win in a row by beating Lowell, 4-1.
- Kingsport bounces back to defeat first place Danville, 6-2.
- Matt den Dekker was 3 for 4, with two runs scored and two doubles. He has seven multi-hit games in his last ten games.
- Brandon Nimmo now has a five game hitting streak with a 1 for 3 game on Tuesday, he also walked twice and now has 23 walks in 36 Double A games.
- Dilson Herrera went 1 for 3 and hit his sixth home run on the season for Binghamton. He also hit sac fl in bottom of ninth to drive in the winning run.
- T.J. Rivera continues his hot hitting as he singled on Tuesday to extend his current hit streak to seven games.
- Robert Whalen tossed seven innings, allowing two runs (no earned runs) on two hits, walking two and striking out seven. Since coming off the DL, Whalen is 2-0, and for the season he is 6-0, with a 1.65 ERA.
- Yexion Ruiz was 3 for 5 in Savannah’s win and hits his third home run on the season.
- Amed Rosario was 0 for 4 and 11 game hitting streak was stopped.
- Michael Conforto had his ten game hit streak snapped with an 0 for 3 night.
- Eudor Garcia, the Mets 4th round pick in this years draft, went 2 for 3, with a double and two RBI’s in Kingsport’s victory. In his last ten games, Garcia is batting .351 (13 for 37).
- After coming out of the bullpen for his first five appearances to start the season, Martires Arias (4-0, 0.50), won his third start in a row, by tossing five shutout innings on three hits, walking five and striking out five.
Dilson Herrera hits a three run bomb over the left field monster advertisemnt wall in Trenton on July 26th.