Last night on the farm, while Daniel Murphy was making the most asinine base-running move ever, this happened: Fresno 6, Las Vegas 3Chris Schwinden lasted 4 innings and gave up 6 runs, including 3 homeruns.  Gonzalez Germen pitched 2 scoreless innings in relief while striking out 3 without allowing a base runner.  Reese Havens was 2 for 4, and played 3B again while Zach Lutz played left field.  Josh Satin was 2 for 4 and homered for the second straight game; Satin is hitting .483/.516/.862.  Landon Powell also had 2 homeruns, including a homer.  Wilmer Flores was 0 for 3 with a walk and a run scored, he’s batting just .190.  Travis d’Arnaud had the day off. Binghamton 1, Erie 0 (suspended in 4th inning)Cory Mazzoni threw 3 shutout innings, striking out 3 before the game was suspended after the B-Mets batted in the 4th.  Before the interruption, Darrell Ceciliani was 2 for 3, and 1 for 2 on stolen base attempts.  The game will be continued in August. Palm Beach 1, St. Lucie 0After winning their first 5 games of the year, the Lucies suffered their first loss.  Hansel Robles gave up 1 run in 6.1 innings, but only struck out 1.  Hamilton Bennett got 5 outs without allowing a base runner.  An Aderlin Rodriguez double and singles by Matt Reynolds and Albert Cordero were the only 3 hits of the game for the Lucies.  Of the 3 starting outfielders, Gilbert Gomez ended this game with the highest batting average at .118. Savannah 7, Augusta 0Matthew Bowman threw 6 shutout innings, allowing just 4 hits and a walk while striking out 4.  Jake Keubler followed with 3 shutout innings of his own.  Kevin Plawecki was 3 for 5 with 3 doubles and an RBI.  Eudy Pina also had 3 hits and was a homer shy of the cycle.  Stefan Sabol and Greg Pron had 2 hits each; Sabol hit a 2-run homer.  Jayce Boyd had just 1 hit, dropping his average to an even .500.  Brandon Nimmo was 1 for 5 with 2 strikeouts.