Down in extended spring training yesterday Shaun Marcum threw 5 scoreless innings, throwing 52 pitches.  He threw even more in the bullpen after the game and should be good to go Saturday against the Phillies.  As for the rest of the minor leagues, Savannah had the day off and Las Vegas had their game cancelled due to the cold in Colorado Springs, so there were only 2 games last night.  Here you go: Portland 8, Binghamton 2Jacob DeGrom’s 2nd AA start did not go as well as the first, as he gave up 6 runs (although just 1 earned) on 7 hits with 4 walks and 3 strikeouts in 5 innings.  Shaun Teufel allowed 1 hit but struck out 3 in a scoreless 7th inning.  The B-Mets committed 5 errors, including 4 fielding errors by outfielders.  John Lackey pitched 3.2 innings for Portland and the B-Mets managed just 3 hits against him, with 5 strikeouts.  For the game, the B-Mets had just 7 singles.  Danny Muno drove in both runs, but is still hitting just .185. St. Lucie 2, Charlotte 1It was a good old-fashioned pitcher’s duel in the FSL.  Marcos Camarena gave up 1 run over 4.2 innings, but didn’t last long enough to get the win, which went to Randy Fontanez, who gave up just 1 hit in 2.1 scoreless innings.  T.J. Chism pitched 2 scoreless innings and got the save.  T.J. Rivera had 2 hits and 2 RBI’s.  The Lucies had just 7 hits and 6 were singles. Also of relevance, Adam Rubin intimated late last night that Juan Lagares would be promoted soon, possibly today.  He didn't say who would be sent down, but I have to assume it'll be Kirk Nieuwenhuis, if in fact Lagares comes up.