It never rains in the Minor Leagues*.  Let’s see what happened, shall we?Buffalo 8, Pawtucket 1               Nick Evans and Zach Lutz both went 2 for 4 with a home run, pacing a 10 hit attack against the PawSox.  Evans raised his average to.294 on the young season.  Russ Adams also went 2 for 3 with an RBI.  On the mound, Dillon Gee was in control the entire game, going 7 innings allowing a run on 3 hits while walking two and striking out four.  Of course, this precludes him from coming up tomorrow to make a spot start for the Mets double-headerErie 7, Binghamton 6               The B-Mets lost a tough one in a see-saw affair with the Sea Wolves, in a game that saw five lead changes.  Josh Satin went 3 for 5 and Jordany Valdespin went 2 for 4 with 2 RBI’s.  A 3 run 8th put Binghamton on top 6-4, but the Erie answered with 2 in their half of the frame and won it in the bottom on the 9th.  John Lujan blew the save then lost the game on an unearned run – though it came on his own throwing error, so serves him rightSt. Lucie 3, Fort Myers 1               Judging minor leaguers is an inexact science, especially in the high minors.  The players are years away and, at this early juncture in the season, it’s such a small sample size that making any statements or projections on anyone is silly.  That being said, Holy Hell Matt Harvey!!!!  Last year’s first round draft pick picked up his second win in as many tries, going six shutout innings, allowing three hits and 2 walks against 8 K’s.  Jefry Marte, Cesar Puello, and catcher of the future Francisco Pena all went 2 for 4, and Juan Ligares cracked his first homerun of the year.   Hickory 6, Savannah 1               The Sand Gnats hit barrage continues!  Oh, and Darrell Ceciliani hurt his leg – no word on the exact nature or severity of the injury.  Anyway, Savannah scattered a scant five hits, never mustering a significant threat.    And the pitching was a veritable ‘Who’s Who’ of’ Who’s That?’  Gonzalez German started and went 3.2 innings, giving up 5 runs on 7 hits while walking two and striking out three.  Josh Edgin relieved him and gave up a run without retiring any of the four batters he faced.  He now has the ERA That Dare Not Have A Name (undetermined until he actually retires a batter).  It wasn’t all for naught however.  The awesomely named Chase Huchingson went 4.1 scoreless innings, walking none and striking out five.*- not intended to be taken as a factual statement