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Minors 4.25.15: Matt Oberste single gives St. Lucie walk-off win

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ALBUQUERQUE at LAS VEGAS (ppd,): The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Monday. Noah Syndergaard will start one of those games after dealing with food poisoning.

NEW HAMPSHIRE 10, BINGHAMTON 5: The B-Mets surrendered a season-high 20 hits en route to their third straight loss. Starter Luis Cessa (1-1) matched a career high by allowing 11 hits. He was touched for four runs in five innings. New Hampshire blew the game open by hanging five runs on reliever Jake Kuebler in the sixth. The Fisher Cats added a run against Chase Huchingson in the seventh. Binghamton had owned a brief lead after getting on the board against Matt Boyd in the first. Jared King led off the game by blooping a double down the right-field line. He scored two batters later when Jayce Boyd singled. The New Hampshire southpaw settled down and surrendered only two hits against the B-Mets' next 19 batters. Trailing by six runs, Binghamton scored two in the seventh, on an RBI double by Dustin Lawley and a run-producing single by Jairo Perez. The B-Mets added two runs more in the ninth, on a balk and King's sacrifice fly. Box

ST. LUCIE 4, FORT MYERS 3 (11 innings): Jeff McNeil doubled and scored on Matt Oberste's single in the 11th for a walk-off win. The extra-inning victory came a night after the teams played a 17-inning affair. Trailing 3-2 entering the bottom of the ninth, the Mets pulled even. Michael Conforto had a leadoff double and Maikis De La Cruz walked. After Oberste flied out, Victor Cruzado doubled. Conforto comfortably scored the tying run, but De La Cruz was thrown out at the plate trying to end the game in regulation. After a wild pitch put Cruzado at third base with two outs, Amed Rosario struck out and the game went to extra innings. Starter Rob Whalen allowed three runs (two earned) in 7 2/3 innings. Box

CHARLESTON 6, SAVANNAH 5: The Gnats raced to a 4-0 lead in the third with a four-run frame highlighted by John Mora's two-run triple. However, Josh Prevost (0-3) ultimately was charged with six runs (four earned) on eight hits in six-plus innings. Savannah committed three errors, including two by Prevost on pickoff throws. Charleston broke a 5-all tie in the seventh when Alberto Baldonado inherited runners on the corners with none out from Prevost and surrendered an RBI single to Dustin Fowler. Box

Compiled with team reports.