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718area has new update 5 hours ago Mets Daily Prospect Report, 5/19/22: Dominguez Dinger
Steve Sypa Catch up on all the Mets prospects in yesterday’s minor league action! *All results from games played on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 Triple-A: Syracuse Mets (13-23) POSTPONED (RAIN) Double-A: Binghamton Rumble Ponies (11-23) Akron 5, Binghmaton 3 (BOX) Binghamton left a whopping 10 men on base, going 2-for-11 with RISP in a narrow loss to the Akron Rubber Ducks. Francisco Alvarez continued his recent bounce back with a three hit, zero strikeout day, but Brett Baty and Ronny Mauricio both went hitless. Bryce Montas de Oca got the start as an opener but couldn’t even get out of the first inning, though his defense didn’t do him any favors. 2B Wyatt Young: 2-5, 3B, 2 RBI, 2 K C Francisco Alvarez: 3-5, K, E (2) 3B Brett Baty: 0-3, 2 BB, K SS Ronny Mauricio: 0-5, 2 K 1B Luke Ritter: 1-4, 3 K CF Jake Mangum: 1-4, R, 2B, SB (6) DH Jeremy Vasquez: 0-2, 2 BB LF Zach Ashford: 1-3, R, RBI, BB, K, SB (3) RF Matt Winaker: 0-3, R, BB, 2 K RHP Bryce Montes de Oca: 0.2 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 2 K RHP Alec Kisena: 5.1 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 1 BB, 6 K, L (1-4) LHP Andrew Edwards: 1.2 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 K RHP Joe Zanghi: 1.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 4 K High-A: Brooklyn Cyclones (15-17) Brooklyn 5, Hudson Valley 4 (BOX) Brooklyn almost let this one slip away, but they managed to ride a five-run fourth inning to victory over the Renegades. Almost the entirety of the offense came from the bottom of the lineup, with five of the Cyclone’s six hits and all five RBIs coming from the bottom four hitters. Jaylen Palmer had the best day, with two hits and a walk, though true to form he also struck out. Jordan Yamamoto also made an appearance in this game but didn’t look great, walking two and giving up three hits in 1.2 innings of work. LF Rowdey Jordan: 0-3, BB, CS (1) SS Shervyen Newton: 1-4, 2B, 2 K, 2 E (4) C Jose Mena: 0-3, R, 2 K 1B JT Schwartz: 0-4 DH Matt O’Neill: 0-2, R, 2 BB, 2 K RF Brandon McIlwain: 1-3, R, RBI, BB, SB (7) 2B Wilmer Reyes: 1-4, R, RBI, SB (4) CF Jaylen Palmer: 2-3, R, 2B, 2 RBI, BB, K 3B Branden Fryman: 1-3, RBI RHP Oscar Rojas: 3.2 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 4 BB, 2 K RHP Sammy Tavarez: 2.1 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 0 K, W (1-0) RHP Jordan Yamamoto: 1.2 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 2 K, H (1) RHP Justin Courtney: 1.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 1 K, S (4 Roster Alert: Brooklyn Cyclones activated OF Joe Suozzi. Roster Alert: RHP Jordan Yamamoto assigned to Brooklyn Cyclones from FCL Mets. Single-A: St. Lucie Mets (25-10) St. Lucie 9, Tampa 3 (BOX) The Met offense blew up in this one led by Carlos Dominguez. The right fielder finished a triple short of the cycle, tallying two RBI as part of a four hit day. (Don’t get to excited, he’s a 22-year-old with a 41% strikeout rate in Single-A.) Alex Ramirez had a hit as part of a relatively ho-hum day by his standards but is still running a robust .953 OPS on the season. On the mound, Calvin Ziegler continued to put up some gaudy strikeout numbers, punching out nine in 4.2 innings. He did walk three however and couldn’t get through the fifth in order to earn the win. CF Alex Ramirez: 1-3, R, RBI, K, CS (5) LF Omar De Los Santos: 0-4, BB, K DH Stanley Consuegra: 1-4, R, 2 RBI, BB, 2 K 3B William Lugo: 2-5, 2 R, 2 2B, RBI, 3 K RF Carlos Dominguez: 4-5, 2 R, 2B, HR (9), 2 RBI, K 1B Jack-Thomas Wold: 1-4, R, RBI, 2 K C Drake Osborn: 0-4 2B Junior Tilien: 2-3, 2 R, RBI, BB, K SS Kevin Villavicencio: 1-4, 2B, RBI, 2 K RHP Calvin Ziegler: 4.2 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, 9 K RHP Luis Moreno: 4.1 IP, 7 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 4 BB, 6 K, W (2-0) Star of the Night Carlos Dominguez Goat of the Night Ronny Mauricio
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11 hours ago Competing Connecticut lacrosse teams come together to honor slain athlete
The father, joined by his wife, told the crowd his son brought the blue skies and sunshine for the game after a lacrosse season largely filled with bad weather.
718area has new update 13 hours ago Final Score: Mets 11 Cardinals 4 - A comfortable, anxious win
Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images The Mets won this game fairly easily, but tensions are high after a scary injury situation. In a win that should feel a whole lot better than it actually does, the Mets topped the Cardinals 11-4. Beating the hated redbirds is always a plus, but the evening was dampened by Max Scherzer pulling himself out of the game in the middle of an at bat with an apparent injury. Subsequent updates indicated it was only tightness in his left side or back, but anytime you have a 37-year-old pitcher walking off with the mound with an injury there’s going to be some concern. Anyway, the offense was quite good in this one, stringing together hits as part of multiple rallies. Pete Alonso capped things off with a three-run laser in the bottom of the eighth to put the game safely out of reach. Jeff McNeil had two hits, Brandon Nimmo walked and tripled, and even Dom Smith managed an RBI single. Perhaps most encouragingly, Francisco Lindor walked twice and singled, showing some hopeful signs of breaking out of his recent malaise (though he struck out in his other plate appearance). The win pushed the Mets to 25-14 on the season and ensures they won’t lose back-to-back series. They’ll play one more against the Cardinals tomorrow with Chris Bassitt on the mound. Full recap to follow.
718area has new update 14 hours ago Yankees 3, Orioles 2: Wild (Pitch) Thing
Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports Gerrit Cole pitched well enough to win, thanks to the Yankees scratching across two runs on one wild pitch in the top of the first. Offense of any kind was at a premium tonight, with each team able to push runs across in only one inning respectively. Courtesy of a double and some hustle by Gleyber Torres in the first, the Yankees were able to scratch across one more run in their productive inning than the Orioles were able to in theirs, allowing them to come away with a tightly-fought 3-2 victory Wednesday night to clinch their ninth-straight series victory. The Yankees jumped out to an early lead, thanks in part to the Orioles defense. With two outs in the bottom of the first, Anthony Rizzo and Josh Donaldson each singled to put runners on first and second. Torres then proceeded to drill a 2-2 fastball the other way over the head of right fielder Anthony Santander, driving in Rizzo and putting runners on second and third with one out. Although Joey Gallo proceeded to strike out to end the inning, that would not happen until the 2021 Yankees’ team MVP showed up, Mr. Wild-Pitch-with-a-Runner-on-Third. And boy, did he show up with a vengeance. Jordan Lyles tried to bury a 1-0 changeup that catcher Anthony Bemboom was unable to corral, allowing Donaldson to score from third rather easily. In an attempt to throw him out, however, Bemboom attempted a no-look, underhanded throw that beat Lyles to the plate. The ball then careened into foul territory on the first-base side of the bag, and Torres — who has been extremely aggressive on the basepaths in all the right ways of late — scored easily. Handed a 3-0 lead before he even hit the mound, Gerrit Cole got himself into a bit of trouble in the first inning. After getting Cedric Mullins to line out to open the inning, he sandwiched a Santander popout between a ground-rule double to Austin Hays and a single to Trey Mancini to put runners on first and third with two outs. Ramón Urías lined out to Marwin Gonzalez, starting in right field with Aaron Judge DHing and Giancarlo Stanton receiving the night off, ending the inning. It took 24 pitches, but Cole emerged unscathed. Cole’s shaky outing continued into the second. Rougned Odor led off the inning with a single. Jorge Mateo then jumped on a first-pitch slider, driving it into the right-center field gap. Gonzalez, however, got a good jump on it and made a sliding catch to rob him of a potential extra-base hit. Tyler Nevin followed that up by grounding into a 6-4-3 double play to end the inning. The Orioles had gotten some good wood on the ball, but for the second consecutive inning, they came away with nothing. At this point, Cole entered what we might as well call the “How dare you make me even slightly labor!” portion of the evening. He retired the side in order in the third on just nine pitches, six of which came in Bemboom’s at-bat to lead off the inning. With his pitch count back under control, he overpowered the Baltimore hitters in the fourth and fifth, striking out five straight hitters. Four of them came on the fastball, and three of them were over the heart of the plate. In essence, he dared them to hit it ... and they just simply couldn’t. Gerrit Cole’s five-straight strikeouts Meanwhile, after the first inning, the Yankees were unable to get anything going against Lyles at all, with their sole baserunners coming from singles by Gonzalez and Donaldson in the second and third, respectively. By the time Lyles left, he had retired 13 straight hitters, keeping the Yankees off the basepaths again until departing after the seventh inning. When they finally got a baserunner, courtesy of a leadoff double by Jose Trevino in the eighth, they stranded him there. That inability to string hits together began to catch up with them in the sixth. Mullins led off the inning with a single to left field, and he would score all the way from first when Hays doubled into the left-field corner. Santander grounded out to second base, allowing the runner to advance to third. That would prove decisive, as Mancini laced a groundball to first baseman Rizzo, who made a strong throw to the plate but was unable to get the speedy Hays. While Urías and Odor each popped out to stop the bleeding, the damage was done, and the Yankees’ lead was cut to just one. With his pitch count still in good shape, Cole came out for the bottom of the seventh. On the whole, the half-inning was uneventful, as he retired the side in order. What warrants highlighting this inning is not Cole’s performance, but rather an extremely heads-up play by his catcher, Trevino. Mateo led off the inning by dribbling a 1-1 pitch in front of the plate, a ball that had a 61.4-mph exit velocity and a -69 degree launch angle. As the ball rolled up the foul line, Mateo held up, thinking the ball was going foul. Trevino, however, snatched the ball while it was still on the foul line and tagged Mateo for the first out of the inning. Heads-up play by Trevino. Ball seemed to tiptoe the line— Pinstripe Alley (@pinstripealley) May 19, 2022 Sometimes, a good defensive play does not involve athleticism; sometimes, the only requirement is good instincts. Cole’s night would end here. It was a rather unusual outing for the Yankees ace, who struggled through the first, was absolutely unhittable in the third, fourth, and fifth, and got the job done in the second and the seventh, and just left too many pitches over the heart of the plate in the sixth. Of course, his final line ended up a more than serviceable — two runs on six hits across seven innings, striking out five and walking none — which goes to show just how high a standard we hold our ace to. Clay Holmes came on to pitch the eighth. In classic Holmes fashion, he induced two grounders, the first a Mullins roller to shortstop, the latter an infield single off the bat of Hays. Of course, that runner would not matter, as Santander laced a line drive at 96.9 mph off the bat — right at Rizzo at first base, who stepped on the bag for the easy double play. Having thrown just eight pitches in the eighth, Holmes came back out for the ninth, facing the middle third of the O’s order. As the rain began to settle in, he fanned Mancini, got Urías to ground out to second, and induced a 3-1 bouncer to Odor to end the game. Cole gets credited with the win, improving to 4-0 on the season, while Lyles drops to 2-4; Holmes notches his third save of the season (all of which have come against the Orioles). Now on a four-game winning streak, the Yankees stand at 28-9 on the season and currently remain 5.5 games in front of the second-place Tampa Bay Rays in the AL East. It’s a quick turnaround tomorrow, however, as the Yankees look for the sweep at the unusually early start time of 12:35 pm EST. Jordan Montgomery (0-1, 3.06 ERA) matches up against Bruce Zimmerman (2-2, 2.72 ERA). As always, we’ll be here with coverage, as the Yankees lineup once again fails to provide run support for their No. 3 starter. Box Score.

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