Category: Recaps

MTP Recap 6/11: Nido Continues To Roll, Molina Dominates


Tacoma Rainiers (Mariners) 5, Las Vegas 51’s 3 (25-29) Box Score

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Brief Recap, 6/8: Nido has power

Salt Lake Bees 4 (Angels), Las Vegas 51s 3 F/11 (24-37) Box Score

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MTP Recap 5/18: Rosario, Thompson Go Off

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MTP Recap 4/11: 51’s Score 21, Smith Homers

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MTP Recap 4/10: Colin Holderman K’s 11 in 6



Amed Rosario

Wuilmer Becerra

Colin Holderman

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MTP Recap: Opening Day 4/6, Columbia Onslaught

MINOR LEAGUE OPENING DAY! And it wasn’t without theatrics…Tebow homered, There was a slaughter for Columbia in general as they knocked in 14. Rosario and Smith did excellent, and so did Church in Hi-A. Binghamton was rained out.

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Spring Training Minor League Player Recap 3/8

SPLIT SQUAD!!!! So much baseball, oh wow. It was a day of joy for Mets Baseball Fans as we watched over two games and a nice comeback from the team, especially as the prospects got to play in both games, and the Mets went DEEEP. If the player is Bolded, there is a profile on this site. You can look on the Menu at the top and look by position or team.

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Look at Luis Guillorme The Last Few Days!

Two times this week, Luis Guillorme has dazzled the Mets world as an unlikely source of bewildering displays of Amazin’ handiwork. On Thursday, Guillorme made an impossible catch…and he wasn’t even on the field…and it wasn’t even a ball.

He caught a flying bat, that was thrown by Adeiny Hechavarria, who accidentally let go after a nasty Robert Gsellman slider.

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Spring Training Recap 2/27: Conlon Throws Two Scoreless

We continue our recap for the minor league players:

P.J. Conlon – 2 IP, H, BB, HBP

Conlon didn’t allow a run and kept guys off-balance, but allowed a ground-rule double to uber prospect Alex Bregman. He threw in the mid-80’s, and showed an excellent change.

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MNL Spring Training Recap: The Day Flexen Was Supposed To Start

After a day off for the Templar Staff, we’re back with the recap!

Pitching Prospect Chris Flexen was supposed to pitch today, but was scratched with a sore knee. You can read more about him here.

Paul Sewald had two excellent innings, allowing 2 scoreless innings, hit the first person he faced, subsequently induced a double play. He also walked a batter but did not strike anyone out. Chris Malia profiled him, which you can read here.

Dominic Smith started out with a bang, hitting a double the other way and came around to score. He showed off his sweet swing and that he could run a little bit. He grounded out sharply to the second baseman against a lefty in his next at-bat. In his next at-bat, he struck out. He then grounded out softly against another lefty in his plate appearance in the 8th. You can read about him here.

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