The Farm Report: 9/2/12

Trenton beat Binghamton 5-4:
The Thunder fell behind early, as Binghamton hit back-to-back doubles to start the first. A single by Wilmer Flores gave the Mets a 2-0 lead. The Thunder struck back in the top of the third, as Kevin Mahoney singled and Rob Segedin followed with a double. A ground out by Shane Brown plated Mahoney, cutting the Mets’ lead in half. J.R. Murphy doubled to right in the sixth and Zoilo Almonte singled. Addison Maruszak reached on an error, scoring Murphy to tie the game 2-2. Almonte drove a two-out homer to right for the lead in the eighth. Maruszak doubled in the ninth and scored on a grounder by Segedin for the 4-2 lead, but Binghamton rallied in the bottom of the ninth. Francisco Pena opened up the inning with a single to left. an error by Brown let Wilfredo Tovar reach.  Pedro Zapata bunted for a single, scoring Pena. A wild pitch by Ryan Pope allowed Tovar to score and an error by Maruszak plated Zapata for the 5-4 walk-off Binghamton win.…

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O’s punish Yanks to win series; AL East lead down to two games

You know you're in trouble when the strike out king is killing you.

This game was awful, so I’ll keep the recap short. Phil Hughes couldn’t hold on to a 3-1 lead after five innings. The Yankees managed only six...

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Game Thread: Sunday September 2nd, 2012 Orioles at Yankees

The Yankees won by default yesterday after the Orioles imploded in the late innings. It wasn’t the most fun way to watch the team win, but under the circumstances I’ll take it. The Yankees have been giving up ground in the AL East for the past six weeks. Anything that keeps them above water is...

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The Farm Report: 9/1/12 – A-Rod still hitless in rehab assignment

Garcia went 4-4 with a run scored, a RBI and three doubles. Luke Murton went 2-4 with a double. Kevin Mahoney was the only Trenton hitter to fail to get a hit, going 0-4. Craig Heyer went five and gave up one run on six hits, a walk and four Ks. Mark Montgomery went two innings and struck out two.

Tampa lost to Lakeland 8-1:
Ramon Flores tripled in the first, but the Yankees couldn’t capitalize. Lakeland drew first blood in the bottom of the third, as Hernan Perez opened up the inning with a homer to left and Marcus Lemon hit a two-run shot to right for a 3-0 lead. Flores drew a walk in the top of the fourth, but was picked off. Tyler Austin took a free pass and moved to second on a passed ball. Gary Sanchez singled to left, plating Austin for the Yankees first run. Dixon Machado hit a two run double in the fifth, giving the Flying Tigers some breathing room.…

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