Last night on the farm a Matt Den Dekker homerun helped lift the Bisons to victory, a near no-no helped the Gnats split a double-dip, and surprise surpsrise the K-Mets got crushed again.  Let’s take a look: Buffalo 7, Scranton/WB 6 Garrett Olson made what is hopefully his last AAA start for a while and gave up 5 runs in 4 innings of work.  After 2 scoreless innings from Chris Schwinden Josh Edgin gave up his first run in over 8 innings of work, getting the blow save and the win.  Manny Acosta and Justin Hampson both pitched a scoreless inning.  Matt Den Dekker was 1 of 4 with a 3-run homer and 3 more strikeouts, as he was moved out of the leadoff spot and into the 5-hole.  Adam Loewen had 2 hits and 2 RBI’s. Binghamton 6, Altoona 1 After getting roughed up his last 2 times out Cory Mazzoni threw 7 shutout innings, allowing just 3 hits and 2 walks while striking out 6.  Robert Carson got the final 6 outs, striking out 4.  Francisco Pena led the way offensively with a 3-run homer.  Juan Lagares doubled and drove in a run.  Eric Campbell and Sean Kazmar both had 2 RBI’s. Bradenton 6, St. Lucie 3 Angel Cuan struck out 5 across 7 innings, but he also let up 4 runs and took the loss.  Cory Vaughn had 2 hits for the 3rd straight game and for the 4th time in his last 6 games; he also doubled and homered for the 16th time this year.  Alonzo Harris also had 2 hits, bumping up his line to .283/.351/.426.  Zach Lutz was 1 for 4 with a homer, as he continues to rehab. Charleston 9, Savannah 7 (Game 1, 7 innings) Alex Panteliodis gave up just 1 run as he worked around 3 hits and 4 walks in 3 innings, but Marcos Camarena got hit up for 5 runs and Randy Fontanez 3 more as even a nice effort from the Gnats offense wasn’t enough to win game 1.  Dustin Lawley homered, as both he and Brian Harrison drove in 2 runs each. Savannah 1, Charleston 0 (Game 2, 7 innings) The Gnats salvaged game 2 thanks to a stellar effort from Jim Fuller.  He left after 5 innings with a no hitter, walking 1 and striking out 4.  T.J. Chism allowed 2 hits, but he pitched 2 shutout innings and got his 14th save of the year.  Aderlin Rodriguez was 2 for 3 with a double drove in the only run of a game for the 2nd time in as many days. Jamestown 6, Brooklyn 3 Luis Matteo hit his first roadblock of the season, giving up 4 runs on 7 hits in 6 innings of work, although he walked none and struck out 8.  Paul Sewald threw 2 scoreless innings; he has allowed no runs and just 4 hits in the first 7 innings of his pro career.  Juan Gamboa, Stefan Sabol, and Brandon Nimmo each hit a double.  Gamboa was the only Cyclone who had a multi-hit game. Pulaski 13, Kingsport 2 Classic K-Mets, getting pounded into the ground.  Robert Gsellman lasted 4 innings and gave up 6 runs on 7 hits.  Juan Urbina, after being demoted from Brooklyn, gave up 2 runs in 1 innings.  Andres Perez and Martires Arias didn’t fair much better, although Arias did strikeout 4 in 1.2 innings.  Jeffrey Diehl had 2 hits, including a double.  Gavin Cecchini and Jonathan Leroux also had doubles.