New York Mets: Adrian Sampson

Minors 6.27.14: B-Mets' Johnson plates 3

June, 28, 2014
Jun 28
LAS VEGAS 4, SACRAMENTO 1: Giancarlo Alvarado limited the River Cats to one run in 5 2/3 innings and Chasen Bradford and Buddy Carlyle provided scoreless relief. Wilmer Flores, who started at third base, went 1-for-3 with a walk and drove in two runs. Box

BINGHAMTON 8, ALTOONA 2: Every B-Mets starter, including pitcher Tyler Pill, collected at least one hit in the club’s 14th win in 17 games. Kyle Johnson had three hits and three

RBIs and finished a homer shy of the cycle. Johnson greeted starter Adrian Sampson by lining the game's second pitch for a single. He moved to third on Dilson Herrera’s single and scored on Brian Burgamy's groundout. Binghamton then used a two-out push to break through in the fourth. Darrell Ceciliani doubled, Xorge Carillo walked and Pill loaded the bases on an infield single. Johnson plated all three with a triple for a 4-0 lead. Pill sailed through his first four innings without allowing a run, requiring only 48 pitches. Altoona got to the righty in the fifth. Andy Vasquez tripled and scored on Jarek Cunningham's groundout. Binghamton broke the game open and chased Sampson in the seventh. Following Pill’s leadoff single, Herrera and Burgamy had RBI doubles. Dustin Lawley greeted reliever Quinton Miller with a two-run homer. Lawley's 10th long ball of the season gave Binghamton an 8-1 lead. Pill (6-5) ultimately allowed two runs on five hits in 6 2/3 innings. He issued no walks and struck six while extending his unbeaten streak to nine games. Josh Satin remains the only B-Met in franchise history to hit for the cycle (June 24, 2011 at Bowie). Jon Velasquez and Hamilton Bennett combined for 2 1/3 innings of scoreless relief. Box

ST. LUCIE at FORT MYERS (ppd.): The teams will resume Thursday's suspended game and also make up Friday's postponement in August.

SAVANNAH 4, ROME 2: The Gnats took a 3-2 lead on Champ Stuart’s two-run single through the left side in the fourth inning. Stuart also walked twice. After the Gnats took the lead, Savannah starter Alex Panteliodis retired 10 batters in a row. Overall, Panteliodis allowed two unearned runs in 7 2/3 innings to earn his first South Atlantic League win of the season. The Gnats added a run in the eighth. Colton Plaia doubled to plate Jorge Rivero. Rome's unearned runs resulted from a pair of fielding errors by shortstop Yeixon Ruiz. Box

PRINCETON 9, KINGSPORT 3: Miguel Leal drove in all three runs in the loss. Matt Blackham, the organization's 29th-round pick out of Middle Tennessee State, surrendered two runs in two relief innings. Box

BROOKLYN 2, STATEN ISLAND 0: The Cyclones scored the game's lone runs in the seventh without the benefit of a hit. The Yankees issued four walks, two wild pitches and a passed ball in the frame. Brooklyn starter Marcos Molina tossed six scoreless innings and combined with Kelly Secrest and Shane Bay on a five-hit shutout. Box

GCL CARDINALS 7, GCL METS 3: After starter Logan Taylor tossed six scoreless innings for the Mets, the Cardinals overcame a 3-0 deficit with a seven-run eighth against Derrick Bernard and Nabil Crismatt. Shortstop Alfredo Reyes' throwing error to open the inning meant six of the runs ultimately were unearned. Box

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Minors 5.15.14: Vaughn blasts walk-off HR

May, 16, 2014
May 16
LAS VEGAS 4, EL PASO 3: Giancarlo Alvarado, stepping into the rotation with Rafael Montero and Jacob deGrom promoted, earned the win in his season debut. Alvarado limited El Paso to one run on one hit although he walked six in five innings. Cesar Puello's third-inning homer staked the 51s to a 1-0 lead. Alvarado's single in the fourth plated Kai Gronauer. Puello then capped the two-run frame with an RBI double for a 3-0 lead. Reliever Erik Goeddel surrendered two sixth-inning runs as El Paso closed to within 4-3, but Zack Thornton, Buddy Carlyle and Vic Black combined to hold El Paso scoreless over the final three innings. Black earned his fifth save with a no-hit ninth that included one walk. Box

BINGHAMTON 3, ALTOONA 2: Cory Vaughn led off the bottom of the ninth with a walk-off home run. It was Vaughn’s second homer of the season. The B-Mets had opened the

scoring in the first on Brian Burgamy's solo homer against Adrian Sampson. Binghamton starter Darin Gorski retired the first 10 batters he faced. Portland shortstop Alen Hanson ended the stretch and tied the score with a solo homer in the fourth. Binghamton answered in the bottom of that inning. Travis Taijeron doubled down the third-base line. Xorge Carrillo followed with an RBI single. Gorski exited with a 2-1 lead after six innings. Altoona erased the deficit against reliever John Church. Elias Diaz singled to start the seventh. He reached second on a groundout and scored on an RBI single by Willy Garcia. The Curve threatened to take the lead in the eighth, loading the bases against Jack Leathersich on an error, a bunt single and a hit batter. Cody Satterwhite took over with one out and got Stetson Allie to ground into an inning-ending double play. Satterwhite returned for the ninth and stranded two runners in a scoreless inning. Satterwhite’s efforts set the stage for Vaughn in the ninth. The B-Mets outfielder blasted Quinton Miller’s second pitch of the inning into the rail yard beyond the left-field wall. Satterwhite (2-0) tossed 1 2/3 scoreless innings and earned the win. Gorski allowed one run on four hits and struck out six over six innings in the no-decision. Matt Reynolds was ejected in the fifth inning for arguing balls and strikes. It was Binghamton’s first walk-off homer since Blake Forsythe went deep against Bowie on Aug. 19, 2013. Box

TAMPA 10, ST. LUCIE 5: Mets starter Domingo Tapia surrendered eight runs on 10 hits and three walks and served up three homers in 4 2/3 innings as the Yankees built an 8-0 lead. Randy Fontanez contributed two scoreless relief innings. Box

GREENVILLE at SAVANNAH (canceled): The game will not be rescheduled. Box

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