Last Night’s Quick Scores
- Las Vegas was washed out in Iowa.
- Binghamton dropped New Britain, 6-3.
- St. Lucie lost to Dunedin, 4-3.
- Savannah dropped to Charleston, 5-2.
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- Rafael Montero‘s Triple-A debut was rained out yesterday. He takes the hill in Iowa today at 1:05 PM.
- Cesar Puello is one of the hottest hitters in the Mets organization right now. He added another three hits last night, two of them were doubles.Over the past ten games, Puello is hitting .395, and got his season average up to .320, good for the team lead. Check out MetsMinors.net for a Prospect Pulse on Puello.
- Logan Verrett continues to pitch solid. He filled in Rafael Montero’s spot in the rotation yesterday, and the stat line was pretty similar to that what we would get from Montero — 3 ER, 0 BB, and 10 K. Verrett gave up nine hits, one of them a home run, but he is the type of pitcher that is going to allow some hits. You can read my analysis on Verrett in yesterday’s Prospect Pulse feature on MetsMinors.net.
- After a couple of shaky starts, Gabriel Ynoa bounced back with a solid performance last night. The righty held the opposing hitters in check, scattering two hits and two walks while striking out seven.
- Matthew Bowman had another solid outing last night. He scattered six hits, but struck out eleven batters, while only walking one, over six innings of work.
- Two Mets prospects were honored by their respective leagues, as Cory Vaughn took home player of the week honors in the Eastern League, and Rainy Lara took home the pitcher of the week award in the South Atlantic League.
Stat Lines of the Day
Cesar Puello: 3-for-4, 2 2B, 1 RBI, 2 R
Ryan Fraser assigned to St. Lucie Mets from Binghamton Mets.
Carlos Vazquez assigned to Brooklyn Cyclones from St. Lucie Mets.
Tweet of the Day
So sorry to hear about the devastation in Oklahoma.Our prayers are with you.God bless.
— Frank J. Viola, Jr. (@FrankViola16) May 21, 2013