Binghamton 8, Harrisburg 2
The Binghamton Mets broke a tie game with a three-run fourth inning and four pitchers retired the final 19 Harrisburg Senators hitters in an 8-2 win on Saturday night at Metro Bank Park. Binghamton’s victory, their first in May, snapped their season-long three-game losing streak.
Darrell Ceciliani led the offensive charge with a three-hit performance...
Binghamton 8, Portland 6
The Binghamton Mets packed all their offense into the first two innings and held on to defeat the Portland Sea Dogs, 8-6, on Wednesday night at Hadlock Field. The victory helped the B-Mets avoid a three-game sweep and secured a winning record on their week-long roadtrip.
For the second straight night, the B-Mets put up a three-spot in the first inning, with...
By NICOLE SORCE
PORTLAND, Maine – It feels like an eternity for Binghamton Mets outfielder Darrell Ceciliani since he was selected by the New York Mets in the fourth round of the 2009 draft.
He had just finished his senior season at Columbia Basin Community College in Pasco, Wash., where he ranked third in school history for single-season RBIs with 41.
Akron Aeros 13, Binghamton Mets 3
The Mets may be awesome – but even they can’t win them all, as the B-Mets dropped this game to the Aeros 13-3.
If this game only lasted five innings, the Mets would have walked away with a commanding victory – and although the numbers may look a little rough, there were a lot of positives to take away from Tyler Pill‘s AA debut. After walking...
Mike Newman over at FanGraphs answered a couple of Mets questions during his live chat this afternoon.
Does Darrell Ceciliani have any sleeper potential this year?
Mike Newman: I didn’t think he was all that promising when I saw him in person. Maybe he’s a 4th OF if everything breaks right, but I don’t have much faith.
What are the ceilings of the Mets’ Michael Fulmer and...