Down on the farm (5/28)

 Triple A Albuquerque (27-23) was shutout by Fresno 7-0. The Isotopes Raimel Tapia went 0-for-4 at the plate to snap his 19 game hitting streak. It also marked the first time in 28 games this season that Tapia did not reach base safely. He is currently the team leader in batting average hitting .379 on the season.

https://www.milb.com/isotopes/news/isotopes-and-tapias-streaks-snapped-in-loss/c-233033318/t-196093364

 Double A Hartford (22-26) held on to beat Binghamton 3-2. The Yard Goats got after Mets pitcher Seth Lugo who was making a rehad start with the Rumble Ponies. Lugo went six innings giving up eight hits and three earned runs. On the other side Hartford’s Ryan Castellani went eight innings allowing just one run as he picked up the win.

https://www.milb.com/yard-goats/news/castellanis-big-league-performance-bests-lugo/c-233059752/t-196097242

 High A Lancaster (28-23) beat Inland Empire in extra innings 7-6. The JetHawks trailed by two in the bottom of the 11th inning when Yonathan Daza hit a two RBI triple to tie the game. Two batters later Wes Rogers hit a walk off sac fly to clinch the game for Lancaster.

https://www.milb.com/jethawks/news/jethawks-rally-for-wild-walkoff-win/c-233052674/t-196093332

 Low A Asheville (21-27) beat Hickory 8-6. Colton Welker lead the offensive charge for the Tourists with four of the teams 15 hits. Julian Fernandez and JD Hammer threw 2.1 innings of shutout baseball in releif to seal the win.

https://www.milb.com/tourists/news/tourists-outslug-crawdads-for-8-6-win/c-233023860/t-196097254

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