On Monday, he has a shitty team. Tuesday, the Mets will lose for than originally projected this year. How can Fred top himself today? Public nudity.
BTW – Savannah was the only affiliate that didn’t lose, mainly because they were off. Mainly….
Charlotte 7, Buffalo 2
The Knights jumped out to a 6-0 lead, and that was pretty much that. Brian Sweeney took it on the chin, giving up all six runs in 4.1 innings. Kirk Nieuwenhuis went 1 for 4 on the evening
New Britain 7, Binghamton 3 (8 innings)
This one was shortened by the rain, just as the B-Mets were launching their comeback. Alas. Josh Satin’s fielding error opened the flood gates in a 5 run 5th. Brandon Moore took the loss, giving up 6 runs (tho only one was earned) in 4.2 innings. 8 hits, 3 walks and a homer did not do him any favors, however. Satin did try to make up for it by belting a three run bomb in the 8th, but Mother Nature had decided enough was enough.
Daytona 9, St. Lucie 7
Nick Carr and Jeffrey Kaplan could not protect a three run lead for Scott Moviel, who wasn’t all that hot himself (4 runs in 5.1 innings). Angel Pagan was 1 for 3 in what is likely his last stint at St. Lucie. He should be in Buffalo tonight and with the Mets later in the week.