Minor League Stuff

B-Mets Flex Muscle In Tool City

An article by posted on July 1, 2014 0 Comments
B-Mets Flex Muscle In Tool City

The Binghamton Mets looked like a juggernaut while smothering the New Britain Rock Cats by a score of 8-3 on Monday night in Eastern League action. Now that their hitting has caught up with their formidable pitching, the B-Mets are beginning to steamroll the rest of the league. Fresh off a three game sweep in […]

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Gee Feels Fine After Rehab Start, Cyclones Drop Rubber Game To Staten Island

An article by posted on June 30, 2014 0 Comments
Gee Feels Fine After Rehab Start, Cyclones Drop Rubber Game To Staten Island

BROOKYLN, N.Y. – On Sunday afternoon at MCU Park in Coney Island, Mets’ starting pitcher Dillon Gee returned to his old stomping grounds as he made a rehab start for the Brooklyn Cyclones. Gee settled in nicely after a rough first inning and tossed 2.2 innings, but he was tagged with the loss after giving […]

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In the Scout’s Eye: Syndergaard, Plawecki, Reynolds (Updated)

An article by posted on June 29, 2014 0 Comments
In the Scout’s Eye: Syndergaard, Plawecki, Reynolds (Updated)

For some who misunderstood some of the comments about Thor, including him, it seems as he read the column. The greater concern about his breaking his hands, was, as I mentioned, that I had not seen it before.  When combined with the action on his pitches, it had me, shall we say, interested, as to […]

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Mets Minors: Three Performances Worth Noting

An article by posted on June 29, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Minors: Three Performances Worth Noting

What a performance by lefthander Steven Matz last night as he blanked the Altoona Curve for six innings and struck out nine batters to pick up his first victory for Double-A Binghamton. Ironically, Matz didn’t have his best stuff, but when things got shaky he reached down and got the big outs holding the opposition to 0-for-8 […]

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Cyclones Drop 1-0 Contest In 10 Innings

An article by posted on June 24, 2014 0 Comments
Cyclones Drop 1-0 Contest In 10 Innings

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Of course, the old saying in baseball that pitching and defense win games more often than not holds true. But unfortunately that was not the case Monday night at MCU Park in Coney Island for the Brooklyn Cyclones (8-3), who dropped a 1-0 contest in 10 innings to the Hudson Valley Renegades, […]

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Mid-Season Review: Binghamton Mets

An article by posted on June 23, 2014 0 Comments
Mid-Season Review: Binghamton Mets

Record: 43-32 Top Performers / Top Prospects Kevin Plawecki, C: The biggest name on the B-Mets roster in the first half was definitely Kevin Plawecki, and deservedly so. The 23 year-old is having a monster season, batting .329/.376/.491 with six home runs and 18 doubles. He is second on the team in total bases and […]

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Prospect Spotlight: B-Mets Pitcher Tyler Pill

An article by posted on June 20, 2014 0 Comments
Prospect Spotlight: B-Mets Pitcher Tyler Pill

Tyler Pill pitched a gem of a game, and also helped out his own cause with an amazing night at the plate. The Mets 4th round pick of the 2011 Amateur draft, earned the victory and evened up his record to 5-5 by tossing eight innings, allowing no runs, on four hits, with no walks and […]

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Mid-Season Review: St. Lucie Mets

An article by posted on June 20, 2014 0 Comments
Mid-Season Review: St. Lucie Mets

Record: 40-29 Top Performers / Top Prospects Brandon Nimmo, CF: After struggling for much of last season in Savannah, Nimmo has turned it around in a big way for St. Lucie, having one of the best seasons of anyone in the farm system. In 279 plate appearances, Nimmo is hitting .322/.448/.458 with four home runs […]

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Mets Minors Notes: Kingsport Roster, Draft, IFA

An article by posted on June 19, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Minors Notes: Kingsport Roster, Draft, IFA

Kingsport Mets had their photo day, which is covered by Allen Greene photography, and was released for the fans to see. It is filled with head shots, team photos, and always gives people an idea of what the full roster for Kingsport will be. You can check out the photos by clicking here. Here is […]

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Effectively Using Fringe Prospects

An article by posted on June 19, 2014 0 Comments
Effectively Using Fringe Prospects

Path Of A 4A Player Every organization carries a number of players who are referred to as Quad-A material. From early on, many are deemed for this generic role. Typically, they are selected in the middle rounds of the draft and produce well enough at every level to advance to Triple A. They arrive at […]

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