Mets Minors: Conforto Keeps Crushing the Ball


Las Vegas 51s (59-67) 8, Round Rock Express (62-64) 6 Box Score

Eric CampbellJohnny Monell and Matt Reynolds each had two hits on the night. Conforto is now 15 for 23 with two homers, six RBI and nine runs since being sent back down to Vegas.

Binghamton Mets 3 (58-65), New Hampshire Fisher Cats 2 (Toronto, 59-65) Box Score

I speculated yesterday Rosario was playing hurt, and someone at the game suggested he looked hurt. Looks like he hasn’t fully recovered from his injury yet. Evans has been on fire hitting .513 with eight RBI and ten runs scored over his last ten games.

Roseboom has been utterly dominant this year in Binghamton after having a rough start.

Fort Myers Miracle 1 (Minnesota, 62-61), St. Lucie Mets 0 (63-57) Box Score

The day after I say Kaczmarski is raking, he strikes out four times.

Barbosa is rehabbing and will likely join the B-Mets rotation soon. This was Bashlor’s debut in High-A.

Asheville Tourists 10 (Colorado, 61-60), Columbia Fireflies 3 (55-68) Box Score

Winningham hasn’t hit well, nor got on base at a solid clip but is second on the team in homers.

Great name. The Fireflies gave up two homers to Colorado’s top prospect Brendan Rodgers.

Brooklyn Cyclones 7 (31-27), Staten Island Yankees 5 (33-24) Box Score

One of our writers, Quinn Barry, assessed Woodmansee yesterday and came away unimpressed, citing a slow bat (evident with strikeouts). He also stated that Lindsay looked good in the field. Lindsay scored the tying run on a wild pitch, and Jabs knocked home the winning run. Jabs committed an error that led to two runs earlier in the game.

Dunn allowed a solo home run in the 2nd to Drew Bridges.

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