While the rest of us were watching Matt Harvey and wishing that Alex Rios was just a little bit slower (and that the Mets could score a run in the first 9 innings of a game), this was happening on the farm: Las Vegas 3, Round Rock 2How’s this for an ending? Zach Lutz struck out on a wild pitch, and while the catcher was retrieving the ball and throwing him out at first base, Brian Bixler scored from second; a classic walk-off strikeout. Prior to that, Collin McHugh pitched 7 shutout innings, allowing just 5 hits and no walks, while striking out 5. Vegas had just 3 total hits: a homer by Josh Satin, and singles by Reese Havens and Juan Centeno. Trenton 5, Binghamton 1Rafael Montero bounced back well, throwing 6 shutout innings, but he ran into trouble in the 7th, and ended up giving up 3 runs on 3 hits in 6.1 innings, with 2 walks and 8 strikeouts. Josh Edgin didn’t help much, giving up 2 runs in 1.2 innings, walking 2 and striking out 3. Cesar Puello homered, extending his hitting streak, but singles by Allan Dykstra and Danny Muno were the only other hits for the B-Mets. St. Lucie 13, Daytona 3After 5 starts in Savannah, Matt Bowman has gotten the call up to St. Lucie, and pitched 6 innings, allowing 3 runs on 6 hits, with 1 walk and 7 strikeouts. Estarlin Morel and Chasen Bradford combined for 3 scoreless innings. Fresh off being FSL player of the week, Travis Taijeron was 2 for 5 with a homer. Dustin Lawley had 2 hits, including a double. Aderlin Rodriguez doubled and hit his 5th homer of the season. Charley Thurber doubled, tripled, and drove in 4 runs. Matt Reynolds and Gilbert Gomez also doubled. Savannah 9, Hickory 6Gabriel Ynoa gave up 5 runs in 5 innings, including 4 homeruns, but he got the win after striking out 4 and walking none. Julian Hilario, Tyler Vanderheiden, and Bret Mitchell each contributed a scoreless inning out of the bullpen. Eudy Pina was 3 for 5 with a double, 2 homers, and 4 RBI’s. Phillip Evans was 3 for 4 with a homer, 2 RBI’s, a walk, and 4 runs scored. Jayce Boyd and Kevin Plawecki were each 1 for 3 with an RBI.