Tag: Binghamton

Rafael Montero Is The Pitching Prospect You Keep, Not The One You Trade

An article by posted on August 16, 2013 0 Comments
Rafael Montero Is The Pitching Prospect You Keep, Not The One You Trade

Thoughts from Joe D. After Satish posted an update on Rafael’s Montero’s brilliant performance last night, I received a few questions about him via email and Twitter. In Montero’s last six starts for Las Vegas, consider these numbers… In 39.0 innings pitched, he has allowed just 28 hits and 11 walks for a 0.99 WHIP […]

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Hits & Misses: Murphy’s Future Role, When Defense Matters Most, Capping Innings Is A Good Thing

An article by posted on August 13, 2013 0 Comments
Hits & Misses: Murphy’s Future Role, When Defense Matters Most, Capping Innings Is A Good Thing

Someone asked me today if we should just go ahead and send Daniel Murphy to the bench in a super utility type role. “Of course”. I responded. Looking at how far his defense has been regressing and how inconsistent his bat has been, it’s no big secret how this movie is going to end. Once […]

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Tovar Homers Twice, D’Arnaud Triples In 5-4 B-Mets Loss

An article by posted on August 8, 2013 0 Comments
Tovar Homers Twice, D’Arnaud Triples In 5-4 B-Mets Loss

Altoona 5, Binghamton 4 Despite two home runs from Wilfredo Tovar, the Binghamton Mets had three costly throwing errors as they fell to the Altoona Curve, 5-4 on Wednesday night at NYSEG Stadium. The loss snapped their five-game winning streak. After a scoreless first inning, Binghamton struck the scoreboard in the bottom of the second […]

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Syndergaard Could Make Debut By Summer Of 2014

An article by posted on August 2, 2013 0 Comments

During the Mets telecast yesterday, roving reporter Kevin Burkhardt reported that Double-A pitcher Noah Syndergaard, could be making landfall in the big leagues by as soon as July of 2014 at the rate he’s going, according to Mets VP of Player Development Paul DePodesta. This would be similar to the track the team took in promoting Matt […]

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Mets Official Explains Why Puello Will Not Be Promoted To Triple-A

An article by posted on July 29, 2013 0 Comments

During the first four months of the 2013 season, Cesar Puello has finally displayed why he has been so highly touted as an exciting five-tool prospect. So far, Puello has performed at an MVP level for the Binghamton Mets, consistently displaying each of his five tools, while absolutely scorching the ball. His batting average now stands at […]

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Syndergaard Earns Third Win In Binghamton With Seven-K Performance

An article by posted on July 24, 2013 0 Comments

The Binghamton Mets scored four runs in the bottom of the first inning and held on the rest of the way to defeat the Reading Fightin Phils, 6-3 on Tuesday night at NYSEG Stadium. Noah Syndergaard earned his third win of the season, and Binghamton is now back up to their high-water mark of 25 games over […]

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Danny Muno Is Poised For Another Huge Second Half

An article by posted on July 5, 2013 0 Comments
Danny Muno Is Poised For Another Huge Second Half

Logan Verrett was knocked out of last night’s ballgame against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats in the third inning, but the B-Mets scored seven runs between the fifth and sixth innings to secure their 52nd win of the season. If you missed the recap here on MMN, you can see it here. How did the B-Mets get […]

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MMO Interview: Josh Satin, The Hitting Machine

An article by posted on July 4, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Interview: Josh Satin, The Hitting Machine

The following is an interview we did with Josh Satin back on July 4th, 2011. Here we are two years later and who could have predicted that he’d be playing first base regularly and thriving as he has in the major leagues? Well actually, I did predict it, but it’s early yet so I’ll take […]

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Syndergaard Sharp Again, K’s Nine In Five Strong Innings

An article by posted on June 30, 2013 0 Comments

Well, Thor just continues to make his case to be our mid-season #1 prospect (hint-hint) as he posted another strong pitching performance today. He lasted five innings against the Trenton Thunder, and ran up his pitch count with nine strikeouts. He left the game after 93 pitches thrown — 67 of them for strikes — […]

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Why Is Puello Still in Binghamton?

An article by posted on June 26, 2013 0 Comments

If you’re wondering like me why outfield prospect Cesar Puello hasn’t been promoted to Triple-A yet, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York sheds some light. A team official suggested a promotion to Las Vegas is not imminently looming for Puello, though. The Mets do not mind Puello finally having a prolonged period of success. Plus, […]

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