Last night on the farm, only Binghamton presented a full sweep by the affiliates and Nick Evans politely reminded everyone that he is still alive.Rochester 2, Buffalo 4 Game 1Casey Fossum had a nice outing in the 40 degree upstate weather, going 6.1 innings and allowing just a single un-earned run, but the Buffalo offense didn’t give him much help. It took a Kirk Nieuwenhuis solo home run in the bottom of the seventh (minor league double headers only go seven unless tied) to get the Bisons on the board, and from then on out, it was the Nick Evans show. Manny Acosta yielded the lead in the top of the eighth before Evans tied it with a solo shot in the bottom of the frame, and then the oft-overlooked utilityman ended it for good in the bottom of the tenth with a 2-run blast. But if Nick Evans homers in the forest, and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?Rochester 1, Buffalo 4 Game 2In the second game of Thursday’s double dip, it was another 2010 Met castoff who stole the show for the Bisons. Ruben Tejada collected three RBIs on a double and a solo home-run. Chris Schwinden started for Buffalo and went five innings, giving up a run on four hits and 2 walks, and the bullpen held the Redwings scoreless for the final two innings. The win capped a revenge sweep for the Bisons after losing the first two games of the series in Tuesday’s double-header to split the home series against Rochester.Binghamton 4, New Hampshire 5The loss against the Fisher Cats Thursday was secondary compared to the thrill of another solid Brad Holt start, as the former first-round pick continued to put his game back together after consecutive disappointing seasons. Holt went six innings, giving up two earned runs (his first ones of the season) on two hits. Holt struck out six and walked two, continuing his string of impressive command and control. Unfortunately Roy Merritt blew the lead, giving up two runs in an inning and two thirds. On the B-Mets side, Josh Satin had three hits on an otherwise unremarkable day for the Binghamton lineup.St. Lucie 10, Charlotte 7It was a big day for the St. Lucie bats wit the Mets tallying 10 runs on 13 hits in the win over Charlotte. Jefry Marte had the biggest performance notching three RBIs on two home runs, raising his average to .340 on the year. Matt Den Dekker had two doubles as part of his three hits and Wilmer Flores also notched a multi-hit game to make up for a rare off-day on the part of the St. Lucie pitching staff.Lexington 5, Savannah 6The Sand Gnats battled back from 4-0 down to win late against the Legends Thursday, on the strength of Cory Vaughn’s two RBIs and Rafael Fernandez’s two doubles. Erik Goeddel was solid if unspectacular, going five innings and giving up four runs, only three of which were earned. Angel Cuan kept the Gnats in it, tossing three scoreless innings in relief.