The Sand Gnats seem only to be capable of losing in the most excruciating of fashions.  This one was the second 11 inning affair in as many days, and by now both bullpens are taxed.  One way or another, there is only one more Mets minor league game of the season. Greensboro 12, Savannah 10 – 11 innings (Series tied 2-2)At first this looked like it was an automatic loss, after Erik Goeddell spotted Greensboro to a 5-0 lead after two innings and trailed 7-2 going into the bottom of the fourth.  Then things got exciting.  Before the Grass Hoppers could record an out, Savannah had put up a seven spot and taken the lead, highlighted by Darrel Ceciliani’s three run triple (he subsequently scored on a wild pitch).  Greensboro got one back in the fifth, and the game settled into at 9-8 lull into the ninth inning.  Brandon Sage got the nod to close out the series and deliver the Sand Gnats the championship, but with two outs and a runner on third, Noah Perio singled in the tying run. Ronny Morla came on and got through the tenth, but in the eleventh he fell apart.  The inning began with a leadoff triple and after a bases loaded walk sent the third run of the inning home for Greensboro, Hamilton Bennett was brought in.  Wilfredo Tovar knocked in a run in the bottom of the inning, but to no avail.  This was a very un-Gnatian game in that the pitching was awful and the team was kept in the game by the offense.  We’ll see how Game Five goes.  All hands on deck…