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Mets Daily Prospect Report, 7/10/24: Spooky Syracuse

SCRANTON/WILKES-BARRE 8, SYRACUSE 6/10 (BOX)

Making his second rehab start, Kodai Senga allowed a pair of hits in two plus innings, walked two and struck out three. Syracuse took the lead in the bottom of the first and added an insurance run in the second, but the bullpen burned the lead with 4 runs in the seventh. Josh Walker recorded just one out after giving up three runs and had an inherited runner off his score, tying things up at 4-4. Syracuse took the lead right back and plated a run in the bottom of the frame, but once again the bullpen couldn’t lock things up. This time, in the ninth, Tyler Jay gave up a lead off home run to Jeter Downs to once again tie it, this time at 5-5. Jay allowed two more runs and had an inherited runner score in the tenth, putting Syracuse in a deep hole with just three outs to work with. They were able to get the tying run to the plate, but Luisangel Acuna swung over a sinker and topped the ball back to the mound to end it.

BINGHAMTON 3, NEW HAMPSHIRE 2/11 (BOX)

Stanley Consuegra hit a solo homer in the third and Ryan McCarty hit a solo homer in the sixth, and for a long time, that was it. Nine innings came and went, and the score remained tied, requiring extra innings. After both teams failed to score in the tenth, Binghamton came alive in the eleventh on a JT Schwartz home run that gave the Rumble Ponies a 3-1 advantage. Paul Gervase uncorked a wild pitch that allowed Zach Britton to score the, This!- to score, but survived and won.

WILMINGTON 5, BROOKLYN 3 (BOX)

Jack Wennenger made his debut in Brooklyn…stinked it up. He allowed four runs to score in four innings, and had one more run loaded for him when his replacement, Jonathan Pintaro, hit a batter with the bases loaded to force in a run. Down by three, the Cyclones had a few chances in the later innings but couldn’t turn things around.

ST. LUCIE 5, LAKELAND 1 (BOX)

Franklin Gomez was absolutely fantastic yesterday, having one of the better starts of his young career, throwing seven innings – the first time he reached the mark – of run ball. AJ Ewing hit a two-run double in the bottom of the first to give St. Lucie the lead, and they held onto it all evening.

FCL NATIONALS 8, FCL METS 2 (BOX)

THE STAR OF THE NIGHT

Franklin Gomez

THE PENANCE OF THE NIGHT

Tyler Jay

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