The Mets contingent for the Arizona Fall League has been released, and you can read about my thoughts HERE.  Now, onto last night’s games.


Albuquerque 10, Las Vegas 5


Rafael Montero got roughed up, giving up 8 runs (5 earned) on 11 hits over 6 innings.  Josh Satin, Andrew Brown, and Brandon Allen had 2 hits each.  Allen and Danny Muno both homered.  Satin, Brown, Allen, and Matt Reynolds all doubled.


New Britain 5, Binghamton 3


Greg Peavey was good, only letting up 2 runs on 6 hits over 8 innings.  But Cody Satterwhite gave up 3 runs in the 9th to get the blown save and the loss.  Dilson Herrera was 3 for 4 with his 10th homer since his AA promotion, his 13th this year.  T.J. Rivera and Juan Centeno had 2 hits each.  Brandon Nimmo was 0 for 4.


St. Lucie 2, Palm Beach 0


Luis Cessa tossed 6.2 scoreless innings, giving up 5 hits and striking out 5.  T.J. Chism and Robert Coles combined for the final 7 outs without allowing a hit.  L.J. Mazzilli was 2 for 4.  Gavin Cecchini was 0 for 3 with a walk and run scored.


Savannah 3, Augusta 0


Robert Gsellman tossed 5 shutout innings, striking out 4.  Bret Mitchell, Paul Paez, and Akeel Morris combined for the final 4 innings without allowing a hit.  The Gnats had 7 hits, including 5 doubles, 1 each by Champ Stuart, Dominic Smith, Victor Cruzado, Jonathan Johnson, and Jeff Glenn.


Tri-City 4, Brooklyn 3


Martires Arias struck out 7 in 5 innings, allowing 3 runs on 8 hits, but Edioglis Villasmil allowed a run in the bottom of the 9th to lose the game.  Adrian Abreu, Jhoan Urena, and Tucker Tharp all had 2 hits.  Amed Rosario was 1 for 5 with a double and RBI.  Michael Conforto was also 1 for 5.  Connecticut also lost, so Brooklyn’s wild card lead stays at 2 games, with a magic number of 3 with 4 games left in the season.


Elizabethton 13, Kingsport 6


Jimmy Duff threw 5 shutout innings, but the bullpen completely collapsed after that, giving up 9 runs in the 7th.  Luis Ortega was 3 for 4 with 2 doubles.  Branden Kaupe was 4 for 5.  Zach Mathieu was 3 for 5 with a double and 2 RBI’s.  Luis Guillorme was 2 for 5. 


GCL Mets 4, GCL Marlins 3 (10 innings)


In the bottom of the 10th, Raphael Ramirez bunted his way to 1st, stole 2nd, stole 3rd, and scored the game-winning run on an errant throw to close out the GCL season for the Mets.  The GCL team finished 33-27, 4 games out of first place, and with the 7th best record in a 16-team league.