There was a profound lack of offense on the farm last night.  Let’s reluctantly take a look:

 

Sacramento 7, Las Vegas 5 (11 innings)

 

Noah Syndergaard had an uneven start, giving up 5 runs on 5 hits over 4 innings, walking 3 and striking out 4.  Zack Thornton struck out 3 in 3 hitless innings, while Erik Goeddel and Ryan Reid combined for 3 shutout innings, but Buddy Carlyle gave up a 2-run homer in the 11th.  Kevin Plawecki was 1 for 4 with a solo homer in his AAA debut.  Matt den Dekker, Matt Reynolds, and Cory Vaughn all had 2 hits each.

 

Altoona 3, Binghamton 1

 

Hansel Robles lasted just 4.2 innings, giving up 3 runs on 5 hits with 3 walks and 5 strikeouts.  Jack Leathersich struck out 2 in a perfect inning in relief.  Brandon Nimmo was 1 for 3 with a double, which was 1 of just 3 total hits for the B-Mets.

 

Charleston 9, Savannah 0

 

John Gant took the loss after allowing 6 runs on 7 hits over 5 innings, walking 4 and striking out 2.  The Gnats had just 2 hits.

 

Brooklyn 6, Aberdeen 2

 

Casey Meisner had a nice outing, allowing 2 runs, both on solo homers, over 6 innings, striking out 7 and walking 1.  Tucker Tharp, Michael Katz, and Jeff Diehl had 2 hits each.  Jhoan Urena doubled and drove in a run.  Amed Rosario was 1 for 5 with an RBI.

 

Kingsport 5, Princeton 4 (17 innings)

 

Gaby Almonte was strong, giving up 3 runs over 7 innings, striking out 5.  The bullpen then threw 9 shutout innings before giving up a run in the bottom of the 17th.  Luis Guillorme was 3 for 8 with a double and RBI.  Oswald Caraballo, Eudo Garcia, and Brandon Brosher all had 2 hits.  Garcia and Zach Mathieu homered.

 

GCL Cardinals 3, GCL Mets 0

 

Audry German started and threw 4 shutout innings, but Jose Medina gave up 3 runs in 2 innings of work to take the loss.  John Mora was 2 for 3 with a walk, but the Mets had just 6 hits, all singles.