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Edwin Díaz and Francisco Alvarez Continue Rehab; Christopher Suero Hits Two Homers

The Syracuse Mets won easily on Sunday while the rest of the Mets affiliates lost in discouraging fashion. Binghamton was shut out, Brooklyn blew a three-run lead in the ninth, and St. Lucie suffered an ugly blowout. Many of the Mets’ household-name prospects were quiet on Sunday, but there were some great performances from some of the more under-the-radar players. Christopher Suerohad...

Ryan Clifford Hits Fourth Home Run In Last Six Days

There were plenty of home runs up-and-down the system on Saturday. This includes Trayce Thompson’s team-leading 15th homer in Syracuse’s victory over St. Paul, Ryan Clifford and JT Schwartz going back-to-back in the Rumble Ponies win, Junior Tilien extending his on-base streak with a two-run shot, and A.J. Ewing’s first Low-A round-tripper. Triple-A Syracuse Mets (37-24) 8, St....

Suero, Cyclones’ Offense Goes Off Again

The Brooklyn Cyclones’ offense provided more summer fireworks Friday night. Not only did they score 13 runs on 18 hits en route to their blowout win, but Chris Suero gave Maimonides Park and the Cyclones faithful some excitement with a little league home run. Jaylen Palmer’s two home run night led Binghamton to a victory over Bowie, while Syracuse beat St. Paul in extra innings....

Mets Minors Game Chat: Jonah Tong Looks To Bounce Back

With the Mets out of action as they await the commencement of the London Series tomorrow afternoon against the Philadelphia Phillies, all eyes turn to the farm system on this jam-packed Friday evening. Here are each of the matchups and when they start: Syracuse Mets (35-24) vs. St. Paul Saints (27-34) – 8:05 p.m. Mike Brosseau recorded a home run in both ends of a doubleheader on Thursday....

Mets Minors Recap: Ryan Clifford Homers Again

Plenty of long balls for Syracuse on Thursday, including two from Mike Brosseau and another for Luke Ritter. Ryan Clifford homered for the third time in four games for Double-A Binghamton. And Jesus Baez continues to show why he’s one of the Mets’ best lower-level hitting prospects. Triple-A St. Paul Saints (27-31) 5, Syracuse Mets (34-23) 1 – Game 1 BOX SCORE 2B Rylan Bannon:...

Mets Minors Game Chat: Edwin Díaz Making Rehab Appearance

With the New York Mets getting two off days before their series with the Philadelphia Phillies in London, we will take the opportunity to have a minor-league chat each night. Here are the matchups tonight and when they start: Syracuse Mets (34-23) vs. St. Paul Saints (26-31) – Game 1 at 6:07 p.m. Game 2 to follow Right-hander Dom Hamel is slated to start Game 1 and right-hander Mike Vasil...

Minors Recap: Christian Scott Shines In Return to Syracuse

Wednesday was not the greatest day in the New York Mets farm system. The five teams in action combined for a 1-4 record with three of the teams scoring two runs or less. However, Syracuse saw the brief return of one of the Mets top pitching prospects, St. Lucie was able to find a way to squeak out a close victory, and one player down in Binghamton may be starting to heat up with home runs at the...

Minors Recap: Brooklyn Cyclones Toss First 9-Inning No-Hitter

Three Brooklyn pitchers combined for a nine-inning no-hitter and Jesus Baez hit yet another home run. Francisco Alvarez caught all nine innings of the no-hitter for Brooklyn. Triple-A Syracuse Mets (34-22) 5, St. Paul Saints (25-31) POSTPONED The Syracuse Mets/St. Paul Saints game was postponed and will be made up Thursday, June 9 beginning at 6:07 ET as part of a doubleheader. Double-A...

Alvarez Catches Combined No-Hitter in Brooklyn

The Mets High-A affiliate Brooklyn Cyclones have thrown their first-ever 9-inningno-hitter in the team’s existence with no other than Francisco Alvarez behind the dish. It has happened before but was in a 7 inning doubleheader back in 2009. For Brooklyn, it took three pitchers to complete the no-hitter with a combined six-strikeout performance from Dakota Hawkins, Joey Lancellotti, and...

MMO Weekly Episode 84: Mets Prospect A.J. Ewing

Mets fans, an all-new episode is here! This week I’m joined by Mets 2023 fourth-round pick A.J. Ewing—who was just promoted to St. Lucie—for some great discussions about his first offseason as a professional, the biggest differences going to pro ball, learning a new position, expectations for this season, and more! What was it like making the jump from high school to professional baseball?...

Mets Minors Weekly Report: A.J. Ewing, Brandon Sproat Shine

The Mets’ four affiliates combined to go 12-12 this past week, each team splitting their series and going 3-3. Among the best individual performers of the week wereA.J. Ewing in the Florida Complex League andBrandon Sproat in Double-A Binghamton. Both individuals shined whenever they were on the field and continued to show why they were selected in the 2023 draft. Triple-A Syracuse The...

Baty Mashes in Syracuse; Brandon Sproat Throws a Gem for Binghamton

Sunday was a great day for the Mets’ minor league affiliates. For one of the rare times all season, each of the four teams won their games, and they did it by a combined score of 20-4. While there were great offensive performances, the pitchers put on a show also. In Syracuse,Brett BatyandLuke Rittercombined for three home runs to lead the Mets to victory, highlighting a perfect day in...

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