1. Noah Syndergaard, RHP
Status: Warming up
Syndergaard earned the no decision in Binghamton’s playoff opening loss in extra innings to the Trenton Thunder, but he got himself back on track after a bad start on August 26th against Bowie. The right-hander allowed three runs on seven hits, one walk, and eight strikeouts in six innings of work. MLB Trade Rumors also named our top prospect to their All-Prospect All-Star team, being one of three starting pitchers on the list. The future is bright for this 21-year-old.
2. Rafael Montero, RHP
Montero finished his regular season on a high note, but his first playoff start last night didn’t go as planned for the 51s. He allowed three runs on five hits (one homer), three walks, and two strikeouts in 4.1 innings pitched. As Christina said earlier today, I hope he gets another shot in the playoffs so we can see how he bounces back. He finished his regular season with a 12-7 combined record between Binghamton and Las Vegas,...