New York Mets: Dreily Guerrero

Minors 7.13.13: Mejia 5 scoreless for B-Mets

July, 14, 2013
7/14/13
12:48
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LAS VEGAS 6, TUCSON 2: Wilmer Flores left the game after one inning with an ankle injury. Giancarlo Alvarado allowed one run in 6 2/3 innings after departing his previous start in the second inning with a hamstring injury. The Triple-A All-Star break will take place from Sunday through Wednesday. Flores had been due to represent the Mets in the game. Box

BINGHAMTON 5, PORTLAND 2
BINGHAMTON 6, PORTLAND 0:
Jenrry Mejia threw five scoreless innings in his first

lastname
Mejia
Double-A outing as part of a rehab assignment and combined with newly promoted Hamilton Bennett on a four-hit shutout in Game 2. Mejia allowed three hits and two walks while striking out one. Travis Taijeron delivered a broken-bat, two-run single as Binghamton took a 3-0 lead in the first. The final three runs scored in the fourth. After Taijeron's leadoff double, Richard Lucas lined an RBI double. Darrell Ceciliani added a two-run homer. Mejia departed with his pitch count at 83. Bennett threw a perfect sixth, then worked around two baserunners in the seventh. In Game 1, the B-Mets scored five runs in the first inning and were backed by a strong pitching performance by Darin Gorski. Wilfredo Tovar had a three-run double. Gorski tossed a season-high six innings and earned his third Double-A win of the season. Jeff Walters recorded his league-leading 24th save. Box 1, Box 2

DUNEDIN at ST. LUCIE (ppd.)

SAVANNAH 1, GREENVILLE 1 (suspended): After three weather-related delays, the water

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Matz
won when the game was suspended because of unplayable field conditions with the score tied at 1 after five innings. The game will resume Sunday at noon with the Drive batting in the top of the sixth. Sunday’s regularly scheduled game will follow and will be nine innings. The Drive scored the game’s opening run in the second. With one out, Aneury Tavarez bounced a single down the right-field line against Steven Matz. After two walks loaded the bases, Dreily Guerrero lifted a sacrifice fly. The Gnats evened the score in the fourth. Luis Diaz retired the first 11 batters of the game. The Gnats’ next hitter, Maikis De La Cruz, reached on an error. He stole second and scored on Stefan Sabol’s line-drive single into center field. Matz struck out eight and allowed two hits in five innings. Box

KINGSPORT at BURLINGTON (ppd.)

BROOKLYN 2, CONNECTICUT 1: Anthony Chavez's RBI double in the top of the ninth lifted the Cyclones to the victory. His sixth double of the season scored James Roche from first. Roche pinch-ran for Eris Peguero. Peguero had produced a one-out single. John Mincone then earned his fourth save. Miller Diaz had his second consecutive exceptional start. After striking out a season-high eight-batters in five innings in his previous start, Diaz fanned seven Connecticut batters. He tossed six innings, allowing two hits and one earned run. His ERA dropped to 2.84. The Cyclones got off to quick a start with a game-opening triple by Patrick Biondi. Juan Gamboa plated him with a groundout. Diaz surrendered his lone run in the third inning. Reliever Cristian Chivilli (3-0) tossed 2 1/3 scoreless innings with two strikeouts. Mincone replaced Chivilli and struck out the only two batters he faced. Box

GCL NATIONALS 6, GCL METS 4: Justin Turner went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts and a walk as the DH in his first rehab game. Dominic Smith pinch hit and struck out a day after leaving with dehydration. Box

Compiled from team reports

Around the minors 8.9.12

August, 9, 2012
8/09/12
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BUFFALO 10, LEHIGH VALLEY 1 (seven innings): Josh Satin went 3-for-3 with two doubles, a walk and four runs scored in the rain-shortened game while extending his hitting streak to eight games. The Bisons grabbed the lead with a three-run second. Satin led off with a double and Matt Tuiasosopo walked. Matt den Dekker then lined a two-run double to right field. Den Dekker stole third base and Mike Nickeas took advantage with a sacrifice fly. The Herd tacked on four runs an inning later, the big blow coming on a three-run homer by Valentino Pascucci for a seven-run lead. Chris Schwinden retired nine of the first 10 batters he faced. The lone IronPig to reach during that stretch was Hector Luna, who singled in the second inning. Luna produced an RBI double in the fourth. Schwinden pitched all six innings for the Herd, allowing the one run on four hits. He has won his past three starts (2R, in 19 innings) and has a 1.65 ERA the last six outings. Box

BINGHAMTON 6, NEW BRITAIN 4: Allan Dykstra led off the fourth with a walk from starter Logan Darnell, took second on a single and scored on consecutive groundouts. The floodgates opened on Darnell an inning later. After two singles, Wilmer Flores produced an RBI double. Eric Campbell followed with a run-scoring single. After Flores scored on a wild pitch, Jefry Marte capped the four-run inning with an RBI double, which gave Binghamton a 5-0 lead. B-Mets starter Greg Peavey skated through the first five innings without allowing a run, but that stretch came to a halt in the sixth on a sac fly by Oswaldo Arcia. With two on for New Britain in the seventh, Nate Hanson and Estarlin De Los Santos contributed RBI singles. Peavey exited with one out. Jeff Kaplan entered and Aaron Hicks greeted the righty with a run-scoring fielder’s choice, cutting Binghamton’s lead to one. New Britain’s threat ramped up as Kaplan allowed a single and walked a batter to load the bases for Chris Colabello. Kaplan escaped, though, by inducing an inning-ending force out. Juan Centeno added an insurance run with an RBI single off Jose Gonzalez before Kaplan returned to toss a perfect eighth. Ryan Fraser worked around a two-out walk to secure his second save. Peavey (6-7) was charged with four runs on nine hits over 6 1/3 innings. He earned his third win in his last four starts. Box

ST. LUCIE 5, PALM BEACH 2: Jack Leathersich, Jeff Walters and Hamilton Bennett each tossed two scoreless relief innings and St. Lucie rallied. Palm Beach produced a two-run first inning against reigning Florida State League player of the month Tyler Pill. Blake Forsythe's three-run homer in the fourth gave the Mets the lead. Box

GREENVILLE 0, SAVANNAH 0 (suspended): The game was halted after one inning. Box

KINGSPORT at BRISTOL (canceled)

LOWELL 3, BROOKLYN 1: The Cyclones took a 1-0 lead in the top of the sixth, but Lowell answered with a three-run bottom half of the frame. Brooklyn's only three hits in the game came from Stefan Sabol, Alex Sanchez and Eudy Pina. Sabol's two-out double plated Kevin Plawecki, who had walked, for Brooklyn's lone run. In the bottom half, Luis Cessa's scoreless effort unraveled. Dreily Guerrero led off with a single, but was caught stealing. David Chester, though, followed with a homer to tie the score. Mookie Betts then singled and Matthew Marquis homered. Cessa (3-3) surrendered three earned runs on seven hits in six innings. Matt Bowman tossed two scoreless relief innings. Box

Compiled from team reports

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David Wright
BA HR RBI R
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OTHER LEADERS
HRL. Duda 3
RBID. Wright 11
RE. Young Jr. 15
OPSL. Duda .817
WC. Torres 2
ERAJ. Niese 2.84
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