New York Mets: Drew Vettleson

Minors 8.8.14: Diehl double lifts Clones

August, 9, 2014
LAS VEGAS 9, ALBUQUERQUE 6: The 51s overcame a two-run deficit with a five-run eighth that was capped by a two-run double from Danny Muno. Andrew Brown and Josh Satin also drove in two runs apiece. Starter John Lannan allowed four runs on nine hits and three walks in four innings. He surrendered two homers. Box

HARRISBURG 2, BINGHAMTON 1: The B-Mets went 0-for-9 with runners in scoring position and left runners on base in each of the final five innings. Dustin Lawley doubled in the first inning against Austin Voth to plate Brian Burgamy, who had been hit by a pitch with two outs. Harrisburg evened the score at 1 in the bottom half against Gabriel Ynoa. Matt Skole reached on a two-out double and stole third base. Kevin Keyes' RBI single then plated him. The Senators took the lead in the second. Drew Vettleson doubled and advanced to third on a groundout. Brian Jeroloman then produced a sacrifice fly. Ynoa (2-1) allowed two runs in six innings but took the hard-luck loss. Adam Kolarek threw two scoreless relief innings. Burgamy extended his hitting streak to a season-high 12 games. Darrell Ceciliani had a nine-game hitting streak snapped. Box

FORT MYERS 4, ST. LUCIE 0: Brett Lee became the first pitcher this season to go the distance in a nine-inning game against the Mets. Stuart Turner broke a scoreless tie in the seventh with a two-out, two-strike, run-scoring triple that plated Travis Harrison. Turner’s triple was the last pitch thrown by Mets starter Kevin McGowan, who took the loss despite making his best start of the season. McGowan had only allowed two singles to that point. He began the seventh inning by walking Harrison. It was just his second free pass of the game. The Mets had an opportunity to tie the score in the eighth, but with one out and runners on the corners, Jared King grounded into an inning-ending double play for the second time in the game. The Miracle added three runs in the ninth against Paul Sewald. Gavin Cecchini and Jeff McNeil each had two hits. Box


KINGSPORT 16, BRISTOL 10: Ivan Wilson had a grand slam in a six-run third as the K-Mets built at 8-4 lead. Luis Guillorme went 5-for-6 with three doubles, an RBI and two runs scored. Eudor Garcia had a solo homer as part of a 3-for-4, three-RBI night. Box

BROOKLYN 4, MAHONING VALLEY 2: Starter Corey Oswalt (5-1) allowed two runs (one earned) in six innings. Brooklyn took a 3-2 lead on Jeff Diehl's two-run double in the fourth. Box

GCL CARDINALS 3, GCL METS 2: Waldo Rodriguez surrendered a two-out walk-off RBI single to Magneuris Sierra in the ninth. The Mets had evened the score at 2 a half-inning earlier. Milton Ramos and Enmanuel Zabala each had two hits and scored a run. Box

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Minors 6.2.13: Taijeron 3 HRs in twinbill

June, 2, 2013
LAS VEGAS 3, FRESNO 2 (10 innings): Jamie Hoffmann's double scored Josh Satin in the top of the 10th with the decisive run. Las Vegas (29-26) had pulled even at 2 in the ninth on Brian Bixler's two-out double, which plated Rylan Sandoval. Bixler's solo homer in the fifth had pulled the 51s within 2-1. Las Vegas starter Matt Fox allowed two runs on three hits and no walks in six innings. Gonzalez Germen picked up the win. David Aardsma earned his third save. Box

BINGHAMTON 7, NEW HAMPSHIRE 2: The Fisher Cats broke a scoreless tie in the fourth when Clint Robinson doubled, moved to third on a sac bunt and scored on Adam Loewen’s single against Jacob deGrom. But after being kept off the scoreboard for four innings

against Sean Nolin, the B-Mets (33-24) broke through with a five-run fifth. With two runners aboard, Danny Muno tied the score with a single. Following a flyout by Josh Rodriguez, Cesar Puello gave Binghamton the lead with a run-scoring bloop double. After the Fisher Cats intentionally walked Cory Vaughn to load the bases, Darrell Ceciliani tripled. The three-bagger, his team-leading fourth, gave the B-Mets a 5-1 lead. DeGrom settled down. He retired six straight before surrendering a solo homer to Robinson in the sixth. With Binghamton nursing a three-run lead, Adam Kolarek entered after a deGrom walk and retired both batters he faced to end the frame. Kolarek also tossed a perfect seventh. New Hampshire reliever Dustin Antolin surrendered a solo homer to Puello in the seventh. Binghamton tacked on a run on a triple from Richard Lucas and a wild pitch by reliever Scott Gracey in the eighth. Jack Leathersich tossed a perfect eighth. Jeff Walters worked around a pair of singles in a scoreless ninth. DeGrom (2-5) allowed two runs on four hits over 5 1/3 innings. Nolin (2-1) suffered his first regular-season loss in the minors since August 2011. Box

ST. LUCIE 5, CHARLOTTE 3: Travis Taijeron had three homers in the doubleheader and T.J. Rivera's go-ahead RBI single in the seventh helped St. Lucie (30-24) gain a

doubleheader split. In Game 1, the Stone Crabs scored four runs in the sixth against Luis Mateo, on a two-run double from Drew Vettleson and a two-run homer from Jeff Malm. Albert Cordero's RBI groundout cut the deficit to 7-4 in the seventh. The Mets loaded the bases with two outs before Lenny Linsky struck out Charley Thurber to end the game. Thurber and Taijeron had back-to-back homers in the fourth. Angel Cuan pitched five innings and allowed three runs. In Game 2, Taijeron had two solo homers. Matt Bowman pitched five innings and allowed three runs with one walk and two strikeouts. Estarlin Morel retired all four batters in relief to pick up his third win. Hamilton Bennett recorded the final two outs for his third save. Box 1, Box 2

SAVANNAH 7, KANNAPOLIS 1: Gabriel Ynoa (7-2) tossed his second career complete game, allowing five hits and no walks while striking out four. He shaved his South Atlantic League ERA to 2.87. Jeff Glenn drove in three runs and Cole Frenzel had two RBIs, including a solo homer in the seventh that capped the scoring. Jeff Reynolds went 3-for-4 and scored a run for the Gnats (34-22). Box

Compiled from team reports



Bartolo Colon
15 4.09 151 202
BAD. Murphy .289
HRL. Duda 30
RBIL. Duda 92
RD. Murphy 79
OPSL. Duda .830
ERAJ. Niese 3.40
SOZ. Wheeler 187