Daily Recap: Friday, July 25 games

Salt Lake 6 – Las Vegas 11: The 51s offense put four runs on the board in the 5th inning and five more in the 7th to come from behind and run away from the Bees. Five of the nine 51s in the starting lineup had multiple-hit efforts, led by the recently demoted Kirk Nieuwenhuis, who was 3-for-5 in his first game back in Triple-A. He also supplied the biggest hit of the night, launching a three-run homer in the 7th inning that gave the 51s the lead. Josh Satin and Andrew Brown and Allan Dykstra also homered. Dykstra was 4-for-4 at the dish. Matt Reynolds was 0-for-5 and is in the midst of a 1-for-22 skid. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Binghamton 6 – Trenton 1: Brandon Nimmo reached twice on a single and a walk. He’s been on base via hit or walk 16 times in the last 10 games. T.J. Rivera was 2-for-4 and is batting .357 in Double-A. Darrell Ceciliani had his first multi-hit game since July 14. Dilson Herrera‘s 12 game hitting streak came to an end with an 0-for-5 night. >>Read more at MiLB.com


St. Lucie – Daytona, game 1: Postponed by rain

St. Lucie – Daytona, game 2: Postponed by rain


Savannah 2 – Augusta 5: The Sand Gnats offense managed only five hits. The lone extra base hit was supplied by Nelfi Zapata who tripled for the first time. Dominic Smith was 1-for-4 and is batting .293. Matt Oberste also singled and has hit safely in 23 of 24 games. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Vermont 5 – Brooklyn 2: Michael Conforto has started his professional career with a seven game hitting streak after going 2-for-4 Friday. Included in the two-hit night was his fourth double and he also drove in his third run. 2B Tyler Moore also had a pair of knocks, including a double. Jhoan Urena picked up his 12th two-bagger of the campaign, extending his hitting streak to 11 games. Amed Rosario had the day off. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Kingsport 2 – Burlington 3 (10): Jean Rodriguez was 2-for-5 with a double to raise his average to .308. Ivan Wilson drove in both runs with a double in the 6th. Wuilmer Becerra was 0-for-5 but is still batting .302 this year. >>Read more at MiLB.com


GCL Marlins 14 – GCL Mets 1: The Mets managed only two hits, both of them off the bat of catcher Dionis Rodriguez. The lone run crossed on his first homer of the season in the 7th inning. SS Wilfredo Tovar played his first rehab game since going to the DL with a hamstring injury and was 0-for-2 with a walk. >>Read more at MiLB.com


DSL Mets1 6 – DSL Nationals 4: >>Read more at MiLB.com

DSL Tigers 11 – DSL Mets2 0: >>Read more at MiLB.com