Ex-Long Island City HS Baseball Star Inks with Somerset Patriots


The six-foot-three, 210-pounder laced a .395 batting average and had over .536 on-base percentage as junior at Long Island City High School.

Sugar Land Skeeters Ink Ex-Met Farmhand Barrett Barnes to Contract


Barnes re-joins the Skeeters after appearing in 98 games with the Double-A Binghamton Rumble Ponies, matching his career-high of 12 home runs, originally set with the Skeeters in 2018. Barnes, a Sugar Land, TX, native, also drove in 50 runs along with tallying 17 doubles and 46 walks in 311 at-bats in 96 tilts.

Ex-Met Minor Leaguer Giovanny Alfonzo Re-ups with the High Point Rockers


While Alfonzo struggled during the first part of last year, hitting .218 at the all-star break, the 27-year-old turned it on in the second half, batting .282 the rest of the way, despite missing some time in August with an injury.

Leslie David Baker, Stanley of The Office, to Appear at Staten Island Yankees Game in August


The private meet-and-greet will go on from 5:30 P.M. until 6:30 p.m., then Baker will throw out the first pitch before returning to the concourse for a general public meet-and-greet from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.

MLB Pipeline has Ranfy Adon as Mets’ Fastest Prospect


Adon has 45 minor league career steals in the Mets' system.

Ex-Staten Island Yankees Pitcher Clarke Schmidt Making Waves in Yankees’ Minor League System


Schmidt pitched well in last season, posting a 6-5 record with 3.57 ERA while whiffing 102 batters and only allowing 28 walks in 90.2 innings in 19 games at three minor league stops.

Cyclones’ Playoff Chances Loom as Season-End Nears


The Cyclones, the short-season Class A affiliate of the New York Mets, are tied with the Aberdeen Ironbirds (Baltimore Orioles) for the 2019 New York-Penn League (NYPL) Wild Card and sit just a game back of first of the Hudson Valley Renegades (Tampa Bay Rays) in the McNamara Division.

Joe Genord off to Solid Pro Start with Brooklyn Cyclones


First baseman Joe Genord is leading the team in three offensive categories: .298 batting average, three home runs and seven runs scored in 47 at-bats in 13 games.

Mets Lefty Justin Wilson Tosses Second Inning of Scoreless Relief in Cyclones’ Win


Justin Wilson working his way to Mets with another inning of scoreless relief in Brooklyn.