MetsJunkies MiLB Recap: Cortes and Vientos Homer as Organization Gets Swept

Syracuse Mets (11-22)

The Syracuse Mets dropped to eleven under .500 after a 5-2 loss to the Worcester Red Sox. Luis Guillorme went 2 for 4, playing the full game at second base. Khalil Lee collected his seventh double and Drew Ferguson went yard for the first time this year.

Corey Oswalt made his first start, going 3 innings of 2 run ball. He allowed just 1 hit, but that was a 2 run homerun. Oswalt ERA increased to 2.79.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies (10-22)

The Rumble Ponies lost to the BaySox 7-4. Carlos Cortes had another 2 hit game, going 2 for 5 with his third homerun of the year. Cortes is hitting .389/.425/.778 in 8 June games.

Mark Vientos also went yard, hitting a two run homerun in the eight. Vientos his fourth of the season. Yoel Romero also went deep in the loss.

Adam Oller got the start and allowed 3 runs in 3.2 innings. Thomas McIlraith kept his strong stretch going with 2 scoreless innings with 5 strikeouts. He hasn’t allowed an earned run over his last 8 innings of work.

Brooklyn Cyclones (10-20)

The Cyclones got shutout 1-0 against the Renegades. The only run scored thanks to a Mauricio error and Alvarez passed ball. Baty and Mauricio went 0 for 3 with a strikeout and Alvarez struck out 3 times in an 0 for 3 day.

The Cyclones offense collected just two singles as they couldn’t give Cam Opp any run support.

Opp had his best outing since joining the Cyclones, as he went 6 innings of one run ball (unearned run). Opp allowed just three hits and two walks, while striking out 4.

St. Lucie Mets (19-14)

The St. Lucie Mets couldn’t come back after a 9 run first for the Palm Beach Cardinals. The Cardinals beat the St. Lucie Mets 14-8. Austin Faith allowed 7 runs (6 earned) without recording an out in the first.

McCall and Gonzalez both allowed multiple runs in their outings. Brendan Hardy went 4 hitless innings, striking out 7.

Joe Suozzi had another 2 hit game and Nic Gaddis went 2 for 4 with a triple and three RBI’S.

Photo by: Richard Nelson

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