Plenty of inclement weather affecting the farm last night, but five of the six teams were able to get their games in, so let’s check ‘em out: Zack Wheeler’s AAA debut was rained out in Buffalo, so instead he will pitch game 1 of a double header today in Syracuse.  Jenrry Mejia will pitch game 2. Reading 5, Binghamton 2 Mark Cohoon struck out 7 in 5.2 innings, but he gave up 5 runs, all on 2 homeruns.  Jeff Kaplan and Brad Holt each pitched a scoreless inning in relief.  Eric Campbell and Allan Dykstra singled to give the B-Mets their only hits of the game. St. Lucie 9, Fort Myers 1 Chase Huchingson is back in the rotation and back to pitching well, giving up 1 run over 6 innings, with 4 walks and 5 strikeouts.  Alonzo Harris, Richard Lucas, and Robbie Shields all had 3 hits.  Lucas and Kai Gronauer both had a homerun and 3 RBI’s.  Cory Vaughn and Travis Taijeron both drove in a run, although Taijeron’s average has dropped to .195. Asheville 5, Savannah 4 (11 innings) The Gnats were victims of a walk off when Brandon Sage let up back-to-back doubles in the 11th.  Jacob DeGrom started and had a mediocre outing by his standards, allowing 4 runs (3 earned) over 6 innings with 1 walk and 5 strikeouts.  Matt Reynolds was 2 for 5 with a 2-run homer, as he continues to rake.  Charley Thurber also hit a 2-run homer. Brooklyn 8, Auburn 0 (8 innings) This one wrapped up early due to weather, but the Cyclones had the game well in hand.  An up and coming youngster named Johan Santana started and pitched 3 shutout innings, striking out 3 and allowing 1 hit and 1 walk.  Afterwards Johan threw 3 simulated innings to push his pitch count to 90.  Julian Hilario followed with 5 shutout innings, getting the win.  Kevin Plawecki was 3 for 4 with a double and 2 RBI’s.  Nelfi Zapata was 2 for 4 with a double and 2 RBI’s while catching for Johan.  Phillip Evans hit a 2-run homer, his 5th of the year. Kingsport 3, Princeton 1 Miller Diaz allowed just 1 run over 7 innings with 7 strikeouts.  Akeel Morris, now in the bullpen, followed with 2 shutout innings and his first career save.  Tomas Nido was 3 for 4 with a double.  Yeixon Ruiz and Jeyckol De Leon both had 2 hits, including a homerun.  Jorge Rivero and Jeff Diehl also had 2 hits each.  Still no Gavin Cecchini, who has been officially diagnosed with a fractured finger; there is no timeline for his return.