Daily Recap: Thursday, July 17 games

Las Vegas 6 – Salt Lake 7: Noah Syndergaard made his first start since appearing in the MLB Futures Game Sunday and had a tough time from the get-go. The 21-year-old gave up three runs in the 1st inning, two in the 2nd and two more in the 5th before being pulled. The seven earned runs are the most he’s surrendered in a start since 8/26/13 when he gave up nine pitching for Double-A Binghamton. Wilmer Flores extended his hitting streak to 18 games when he tripled in the 4th inning. Kevin Plawecki had two singles, while Matt Reynolds had one. Each of them also drove in a run. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Trenton 4 – Binghamton 8: Steven Matz didn’t seem to have his best control but still faired well in his fifth Double-A start. The southpaw threw five innings, surrendering five hits and two runs, only one of which was earned, with four strikeouts and two walks. Dilson Herrera continued his hot streak, adding two more hits, the first of which was his eighth double as a member of the B-Mets. He’s batting .333 in the Eastern League. Dustin Lawley popped his 17th homer of the season in the opening inning. Darrell Ceciliani saw his streak of five consecutive games with two hits come to an end but he did single and drive in a run. Brandon Nimmo was 0-for-3 but reached base twice on walks. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Brevard County 6 – St. Lucie 1, game 1: John Lannan got roughed up in his fifth start since being added to the St. Lucie roster. The lefty gave up four runs on nine hits in four innings and was saddled with the loss, falling to 0-2 with a 7.88 era. Jeff McNeil was moved up to the leadoff spot and responded with two hits in three at-bats. Taylor Teagarden played his first rehab game with St. Lucie after spending the previous four games with the GCL Mets. He was 0-for-2. Gavin Cecchini was hitless in three at-bats and is batting .181 since being promoted. >>Read more at MiLB.com

Brevard County 2 – St. Lucie 3, game 2: Right-hander Michael Fulmer had one of the best starts of his season, throwing six innings of shutout baseball, allowing four hits and recording a season-high nine strikeouts. He’s allowed one run or fewer in three of his last four starts. Jared King had the only multi-hit game for St. Lucie, posting two singles and a run batted in. Gavin Cecchini was 1-for-3 with a run scored. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Savannah 7 – Asheville 8 (14): Matt Oberste smacked a two-run home run in the top of the 14th inning handing Savannah the lead, only to watch the bullpen give up three runs in the bottom half of the frame. Oberste finished the day 3-for-7 with a pair of homers and a single and has now hit safely in 17 consecutive games. Champ Stuart added two more hits and has four in the last two games. Dominic Smith was 1-for-6. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Jamestown 8 - Brooklyn 6 (10): SS Amed Rosario had the best offensive game of his season to this point, going 4-for-5 with a pair of doubles and two runs batted in. It’s the first four-hit game of his professional career and raised his 2014 batting average nearly 30 points. 3B Jhoah Urena singled twice and had two rbi. Casey Meisner had a rough start, giving up four runs on five hits in 2 1/3 innings. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Burlington 2 - Kingsport 5: After going 5-for-5 Wednesday, 19-year-old Wuilmer Becerra continued to show off his offensive ability Thursday. Becerra smacked his third home run in as many games, extending his hitting streak to four games in the process. CF Oswald Caraballo doubled and drove in two runs. He’s hit safely in 10 of his last 11 games. Luis Ortega had a pair of hits and is batting .396 in 17 ball games this season. >>Read more at MiLB.com


GCL Cardinals 7 - GCL Mets 9: Jeremy Hefner completed two innings in his second rehab start as he attempts to return from Tommy John surgery. The right-hander gave up one run on two hits with one strikeout and no walks. Most importantly, he reported feeling healthy afterward. Center fielder John Mora was 5-for-5 with a double, two triples and three runs batted in. He’s batting .397 this season. Milton Ramos also had a big game with the lumber, going 2-for-4 with a triple and two rbi. >>Read more at MiLB.com


DSL Mets1 4 – DSL Rockies 5: >>Read more at MiLB.com

DSL Angels 6 – DSL Mets2 0: >>Read more at MiLB.com