Three loses on the farm, PSL narrowly avoids getting no hit, and Jenry says “Jello” to Buffalo. Observe.Buffalo, Columbus 2 (10 innings)The lede here is Jenry Mejia’s return to Buffalo after nearly a year. All in all, it was a success. In six innings, Jenry gave up two runs on two hits (one of them a homer) with a walk and two strikeouts. Josh Edgin and Elvin Ramirez (who got the win) each threw two perfect innings of relief. The game ended when Josh Satin scored from third on a wild pitch.Reading 5, Binghamton 3Miguel Batista made a rehab start for the B-Mets and gave up five runs (four earned) in seven innings. Meh. Brad Hilt had a scoreless innings of relief. That’s nice. Matt den Dekker went 2 for 4 with a homer, two RBI and two runs, and Jefry Marte was 1 for 4 with an RBIPalm Beach 3, St. Lucie 1Well, you don’t win many games when you get two hit. And if it weren’t for Wilmer Flores, the Lucies may have been no-hit. Speaking of Wilmer, he continues to rake, going 2 for 4 with a solo homer. Chase Huchingson was rolling until the seventh, when he and Ryan Fraser combined to give up three runs that, combined with the Cards pitching, essentially buried PSL. Greenville 6, Savannah 3The Sand Gnats kept falling behind and coming back, but eventually they ran out of gas as the Drive pulled away. Tyler Pill gave up five runs in five innings, all while allowing eight hits and a walk. On the plus side, he did strike out seven. Also, Aderlin Rodriguez was 2 for 4 with two solo homers, Greg Pron was 3 for 4 with a run scored, and catcher Camden Maron was 2 for 4.