Mets Minors Recap: Lindsay Homers Again, Rosario Over .400

Albuquerque Isotopes (11-10) 8, Las Vegas 51s (10-12) 4 Box Score

The 51s were getting one-hit into the eighth inning. Rosario had a two-run double two break up the Isotopes shutout attempt and is now slashing .402/.444/.476 for the season. 

  • RHP Ricky Knapp (1-2, 5.47 ERA): 4.1 IP, 9 H, 6 R, 4 ER, 2 BB, 2 K
  • RHP Kevin McGowan (1-0, 2.77 ERA): 1.2 IP, H, ER, K
  • RHP Erik Goeddel (1-1, 15.19 ERA): 1 IP
  • RHP Ben Rowen (1-0, 9.64 ERA): 1 IP, H
  • RHP Chasen Bradford (0-0, 4.82 ERA): 1 IP, 3 H, ER, BB, K

Knapp has had his ups and downs to begin the season. Struggled in this one after coming off a 7 inning, 2 ER performance his last time out. McGowan has been scored upon his last two times out after a dominant start to 2017. Rowen has settled in after a rough beginning to his season.

New Hampshire Fisher Cats (8-12) 7, Binghamton Rumble Ponies (9-9) 5 Box Score

Stuart had a huge game after a struggle to begin his year. He also stole 2 bases in the game and leads the league with 11. Nido has shown signs of waking up the last 2 games. Guillorme continues to be an on-base machine, now reaching safely in 17 of the first 18 games to start the year.

Delgado has lost all 4 of his starts thus far posting a WHIP of 1.98 in that time. Secrest now has 10 strikeouts in 5.1 IP.

Clearwater Threshers (16-6) 7, St. Lucie Mets (8-14) 2 Box Score

Nimmo continued his rehab assignment tonight and played all 9 innings. Duda began his rehab assignment and played 6 innings. Mazeika continues to hit, the young catcher now has a .938 OPS on the season.

Shaw had problems with his control but the defense did not do him any favors. 

Hickory Crawdads (8-14) 11, Columbia Fireflies (12-11) 7 Box Score

Desmond Lindsay homered the second straight game. Good signs for the young outfielder, who had started off slow after a promising 2016 campaign.

Taylor struggled yet again for Columbia but his defense was not too helpful. Uceta has been very good for the Fireflies working out of the pen. He was a starter prior to this year.

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