New York Mets (MLB):
The New York Mets (53-56) broke a seven-game win streak with a loss against the Pirates (48-61) this afternoon, 8-4.
Syracuse Mets (Triple-A):
The Syracuse Mets (56-55) started a series versus the (57-54) Buffalo Bisons, (Triple-A Blue Jays) with a big win 5-2.
Binghamton Rumble Ponies (Double-A):
The Binghamton Rumble Ponies (57-52) beat the Akron RubberDucks (49-62) (Double-A, Orioles) in a 3-2 victory.
St. Lucie Mets (Class-A Advanced):
The St. Lucie Mets (60-49) got a game up on the (54-54) Dayton Tortugas (Class-A Advanced) Cincinnati Reds, 7-1.
- SP Thomas Szapucki, 4.2 IP, 5 H, 1ER
- CF Hansel Moreno went 2-3, double
- DH Wagner Lagrange went 1-4, RBI
Columbia Fireflies (Class-A):
The Columbia Fireflies (40-65) lost both games in a doubleheader, with the first being a continuation of last night. They took on the 48-60 Kannapolis Intimidators (Class-A White Sox), losing the first game 4-6 and last game 1-3.
- RP Colin Holderman, 4 IP, no hits (Second Game)
- CF Jose Medina went 1-3 with 2 RBI (First Game)
Brooklyn Cyclones (Short-Season Class-A):
The Brooklyn Cyclones (26-20) lost to the 17-29 Williamsport Crosscutters (Short-Season Class A, Philadelphia Phillies) 1-0, being held to only three hits.
Kingsport Mets (Rookie):
The Kingsport Mets (19-23) blew out the Burlington Royals (24-19) (Rookie, Kansas City Royals) 9-1, in a big way.
- 1B Christopher Pujols, 2-3, home run
- CF Tanner Murphy, 1-3, home run
DSL 1 (Rookie):
The DSL 1 Mets (21-26) took on the DSL Yankees (Rookie, New York Yankees), 24-22, winning today in a thriller, 13-12, with a bottom of the 9th walk-off, as the team works to climb back to .500, just like the big club New York Mets.
DSL 2 (Rookie)
The DSL 2 Mets (25-28) beat the DSL 1 Cardinals (Rookie, St. Louis Cardinals), 19-34, in an absolute blowout, 12-1. The Mets had two players go deep in the effort, and are now only three games back of the .500 mark after the win.
- RF Omar De Los Santos went 4-6 with 2 runs
- 1B Jose Hernandez went 3-5 with a home run
The GCL Mets game was canceled due to weather.
The New York Mets and all of their affiliates except for the GCL Mets are expected to play tomorrow.