Daily Recap: Sunday, August 17 games

Las Vegas 0 – Omaha 4: Noah Syndergaard had a bit of an uneven start, allowing just two runs and three hits but lasted only five innings due to a high pitch count. The two runs against him came on a homer from Carlos Peguero in the 4th. He struck out eight, while walking three and, in the process, lowered his era to 4.72. SS Matt Reynolds accounted for two of the four Vegas hits with a pair of singles. Jack Leathersich gave up two runs in one inning of relief and has a 9.00 era in his brief stint back in Triple-A. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Binghamton 0 – Reading 1: LHP Steven Matz was outstanding for seven innings on the mound, allowing one run on six hits, with four strikeouts and two walks. His era is down to 2.35 in 10 Double-A starts. Dilson Herrera and Brandon Nimmo were each 0-for-4 and neither reached base. Kyle Johnson, Juan Centeno and T.J. Rivera had the three B-Mets hits. >>Read more at MiLB.com


St. Lucie 0 – Bradenton 3: RHP Seth Lugo took the loss despite giving up just two runs in seven strong innings of work. Both St. Lucie hits were singles from L.J. Mazzilli, who was 2-for-3. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Greenville 2 – Savannah 3: Dominic Smith cracked his 25th double of the season and drove in his 40th run. Champ Stuart singled twice and scored two runs. Victor Cruzado tripled to extend his hitting streak to five games. RHP John Gant gave up two runs in five innings, with nine strikeouts and one walk. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Brooklyn 7 – Vermont 3: Jhoan Urena, who had his 11 game hitting streak stopped yesterday, got back on the horse with a 2-for-4 effort. One of the knocks was his 17th double of the season and he drove in two runs. Michael Conforto also plated a pair and was 1-for-3. Amed Rosario was on base twice on a single and a walk. Tomas Nido‘s hitting streak reached seven games thanks to a single in three at-bats. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Kingsport 4 – Greeneville 3 (12): Wuilmer Becerra was 2-for-4 with a walk and a run scored. Vicente Lupo had the K-Mets only extra base hit, a double, to go with a single in five at-bats. >>Read more at MiLB.com