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Minors 6.12.13: B-Mets on roll

TACOMA 12, LAS VEGAS 5:: Ike Davis was 2-for-5 with a double and strikeout. Started D.J. Mitchell allowed seven runs in four innings Box

BINGHAMTOM 6, TRENTON 1:The Binghamton Mets grabbed the lead in the first inning and never looked back, defeating the Trenton Thunder, 6-1, Wednesday night. The B-Mets collected their sixth-straight win, their longest winning streak since 2011, and became the first Eastern League team to earn 40 victories. Darin Gorski started for Binghamton and picked up the win. He exited after striking out five and walking one in four innings of work. Major League rehabber Scott Atchison toed the rubber in the fifth and posted a perfect inning. Josh Rodriguez provided an offensive highlight. The infielder threaded a single into right in the eighth, extending his hitting streak to a career-best 23 games. It is the longest hitting streak in the Eastern League since 2006. Atchison (1-0) struck out two and earned the official scorer-awarded win. Box

SAVANNAH 3, ASHEVILLE 2: The Savannah Sand Gnats swarmed the Asheville Tourists for a 9-2 win Wednesday night The Gnats (39-26) broke a 2-2 tie with a four-run fourth inning. RF Maikis De La Cruz cleared the bases with another triple into the left-field corner to put the Gnats in front 6-2. On the hill, Savannah starter Matt Koch retired the first nine Tourists in a row. Koch finished six innings, striking out a season-high 11 batters without issuing a walk to earn his fifth win of 2013.The Gnats completed the game’s scoring with three runs in the seventh inning, keyed by a two-run double from 3B Cole Frenzel. Frenzel finished 3-for-5 with 3 RBI.Box.

CLEARWATER 6, ST. LUCIE 0: The Mets were limited to two hits as they fell to the Clearwater Threshers 6-0 on Wednesday. Robbie Shields and T.J. Rivera had hits. Rainy Lara suffered his second loss despite allowing just two runs in six innings. Wanel Mesa allowed four runs in two innings of work. Box.

Compiled from team reports