Minors 6.21.16: Scarlyn Reyes leads St. Lucie to another shutout win

LAS VEGA 6, RENO 3: Logan Verrett was scratched to be available for a call-up with the Mets' bullpen logging 8 2/3 innings Tuesday. Travis Taijeron had a three-run double in a four-run sixth as Las Vegas overcame a 3-1 deficit. Box

ALTOONA 5, BINGHAMTON 2: B-Mets starter Tyler Pill (3-8) allowed three runs on 10 hits and one walk in six innings. Altoona got the scoring started in the third with a two-out rally as Kevin Newman doubled and scored on Erich Weiss' single. The B-Mets answered in the bottom half as Pill smacked the first pitch he saw for a double. He later scored on Kyle Johnson's sacrifice fly to tie the score at 1. The Curve added a run in the fourth as Reese McGuire doubled and scored on Edwin Espinal's single. In the sixth, McGuire smacked a leadoff triple and again scored on Espinal's single, pushing the lead to 3-1. Binghamton produced a two-out rally in the bottom half. Dominic Smith doubled and scored on Jayce Boyd's single. However, after Xorge Carrillo singled to put two runners on base, he was picked off on a snap throw by the catcher McGuire to end the inning. Altoona got some breathing room thanks to Harold Ramirez's two-run homer against Alberto Baldonado in the seventh. Box

ST. LUCIE 5, PALM BEACH 0: Scarlyn Reyes tosssed six scoreless innings and combined with Kelly Secrest, Robby Coles and Mike Hepple on a two-hit shutout. St. Lucie produced the fourth shutout victory in its last five games and its 11th shutout of the season. Reyes allowed just one single. He walked two and struck out seven. He has now struck out 18 in 12 scoreless innings in his last two starts. Kevin Taylor opened the scoring in the sixth with an RBI triple. Tomas Nido followed with a two-run homer. Jhoan Urena led off the ninth with a homer. Amed Rosario added a RBI single later in the frame. St. Lucie's pitching staff has not allowed an earned run in 44 innings. The Mets have won five in a row and nine of their last 11. Box

SAL NORTH 2, SAL SOUTH 1: Starting for the South in the South Atlantic League All-Star Game, Columbia left-hander P.J. Conlon allowed one run on two hits in one inning. Alex Palsha retired the only batter he faced in relief. Vinny Siena started at second base and went o-for-3 with a strikeout. Conlon was charged with the loss. Box

BROOKLYN 8, TRI-CITY 3: Colby Woodmansee went 2-for-3 with a pair of runs scored and two RBIs and Gene Cone went 2-for-4 with three RBIs in their professional debuts. Cyclones starter Erik Manoah found himself in trouble in his season debut as the ValleyCats scored single runs in each of the first three innings to take a 3-0 lead. Brooklyn erased that deficit in the fourth. Darryl Knight and Woodmansee drew back-to-back walks and Dan Rizzie reached to load the bases with nobody out. Cone then cleared the bases with a double. With the score still tied in the seventh, Nick Sergakis walked and Jay Jabs and Knight singled to load the bases. Woodmansee connected on a two-out, two-RBI single that gave Brooklyn its first lead. Rizzie followed with a two-run double and ultimately scored. Making his 2016 Cyclones debut, Raul Jacobson tossed four scoreless innings to collect his first win in affiliated baseball. Box

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