MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: Rumble Ponies Still Waiting for First Win

Syracuse Mets (2-7)

After snapping their losing streak on Wednesday, the Syracuse Mets started another one on Thursday after a 7-4 loss to the Worcester Red Sox.

Brandon Nimmo went 0-3 in a rehab game for the Syracuse Mets, as he looks to come of the IL soon. Hager (solo) and Thompson (3 run) both homered to account for all Syracuse runs.

Mets lefty Szapucki got the start allowing 5 runs (4 earned) on 7 hits over 5.1 innings. Main plus in his outing was limiting his walks to just one. Trey Cobb pitched 1.1 scoreless ball.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies (0-8)

The Rumble Ponies struggles continues as they are still waiting to get into the win column. The Curve beat the Rumble Ponies in a 9-6 final score after 10 innings. The Ponies had a 6-2 lead going into the eight.

Carlos Cortes collected 3 hits and Sebastián Elizalde drove in 2 in the loss.

Adam Oller got the start going 5 innings of 2 run ball (1 earned). Andrew Mitchell was able to hold the lead with 2 scoreless but Yeizo Campos and Jarred Robinson struggled in the later innings.

Brooklyn Cyclones (4-4)

The Cyclones lost to the Drive with a 8-2 loss on Thursday. Jake Mangum hit his first pro homer that accounted for all Cyclones runs.

Oscar Rojas allowed 4 runs (3 earned) over 3.2 innings in his start. 2020 5th round pick Eric Orze allowed a run in 1.1 innings, but struck out 3.

St. Lucie Mets (5-3)

The St. Lucie Mets lost game one of the Doubleheader against the Tortugas 15-2. Big news in the first game were injuries. Francisco Alvarez left the game after a collision at the plate, but reports are that he was fine after the game. Pete Crow-Armstrong was placed on the 7 game IL, with a right shoulder injury.

In the game the St. Lucie Mets collected just three hits in the blow out loss. Mets 11th round pick in 2018 Franklyn Parra has a dreadful day allowing 10 runs in 2.1 innings allowing 7 hits and 6 walks.

St. Lucie Mets (6-3)

In the second game of the Doubleheader, the St. Lucie pitching rebounded as they shut out the Tortugas 2-0. 19 year old Junior Santos was great, going 4 scoreless innings with 5 strikeouts. The youngster has a 1.29 ERA on the season.

Austin Faith followed with 3 perfect innings, striking out 4 in front of Reyson Santos collecting his 3rd save with a perfect frame of his own. Reyson Santos is unscored upon over his first 4 innings.

The St. Lucie Mets offense was silenced again but got two runs in the eight on a throwing error by the opposing catcher.

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