An extra-inning win from the B-Mets is the only thing that saved the Mets from a winless Sunday.  Let’s have a look:


El Paso 10, Las Vegas 9


Logan Verrett let up 6 runs on 8 hits over 5 innings, striking out 4, but he left with a chance to win.  Joel Carreno blew the save after giving up 3 runs in 1 innings, and Miguel Socolovich took the loss after giving up a run in 2 innings of work.  Zach Lutz was 3 for 5 with a homer and 2 RBI’s.  Andrew Brown was 4 for 5 with a double, homer, and 2 RBI’s.  Allan Dykstra and Omar Quintanilla also homered.  Kai Gronauer and Josh Satin both doubled.


Binghamton 9, New Hampshire 8 (14 innings)


Matt Reynolds singled home Kyle Johnson in the top of the 14th the give the B-Mets the lead, and John Church threw a scoreless inning to get the save.  Tyler Pill started the game, giving up 2 runs over 5.2 innings, striking out 6.  T.J. Chism gave up 5 runs in the 7th without recording an out, but Jack Leathersich, Chase Bradford, and Adam Kolarek all threw 2 innings each, allowing just 1 total run.  Reynolds and Jayce Boyd had 4 hits each.  Brian Burgamy and Kevin Plawecki had 3 hits each.  Darrell Ceciliani hit a 2-run homer.  Johnson, Burgamy, Boyd, and Cory Vaughn all doubled.


Lakeland 3, St. Lucie 2


Gabriel Ynoa put together his 3rd strong start in a row, giving up 2 runs on 7 hits over 7 innings while striking out 5.  However, Paul Sewald gave up a run in the 8th and took the loss.  Dilson Herrera was 2 for 4 with a homer.  Herrera has 18 hits in his last 9 games and is hitting .450 with a homer, 3 doubles, and five stolen bases over that span.  Brandon Nimmo also had 2 hits.


Charleston 10, Savannah 3


Chris Flexen continues to struggle, giving up 5 runs in 5.1 innings, walking 3 and striking out 4.  Dawrin Frias gave up 2 runs in 1 inning of work, and Robert Coles gave up his first runs of the season, allowing 3 in an inning of work.  Patrick Biondi and Jeff McNeil had 2 hits each.  Dominic Smith was 1 for 4 with 2 RBI’s.  Gavin Cecchini had the day off.