Minors 4.18.13: Muno's 3 RBIs lift B-Mets

LAS VEGAS 10, SACRAMENTO 6: Right fielder Andrew Brown went 3-for-5 with a double, triple and RBI and left-hander Darin Gorski recorded his first Triple-A victory. Gorski pitched 5 2/3 innings and allowed six hits, three runs and struck out four. The final run charged to him scored when Armando Rodriguez allowed an inherited runner to score on a homer. Demoted Greg Burke tossed a scoreless inning in his 51s debut. Box

BINGHAMTON 4, NEW HAMPSHIRE 3: Danny Muno had two hits and three RBIs and the B-Mets produced a season-high five doubles. Binghamton played catch-up after Tyler Pill stumbled in the third. Ricardo Nanita doubled and scored two batters later on Amadeo
lastname Muno Zazueta’s RBI single. Kevin Pillar made it 2-0 by scorching an RBI single under shortstop Wilfredo Tovar’s glove. Pill escaped further damage by striking out Brad Glenn and ex-Mets farmhand Adam Loewen to strand the bases loaded. Binghamton answered in the fourth against Fisher Cats starter Ryan Tepera. Cesar Puello roped his second triple of the season and scored on Muno's single. After Nanita extended New Hampshire's lead with a solo homer in the fourth, the B-Mets used three doubles to take the lead in the sixth. Cory Vaughn began the two-bagger parade. Tepera then hit pinch-hitter Allan Dykstra with a 2-2 offering and exited after Francisco Pena’s sac bunt. Chorye Spoone inherited both runners and fell behind Muno, 2-0. Muno then laced a game-tying two-run double. Alonzo Harris followed by dumping an RBI double into center, giving Binghamton a 4-3 lead. Pill preserved the lead with a perfect sixth inning. He allowed three runs on seven hits while striking out six and walking one. John Church, Chase Huchingson and Jeff Walters (fourth save) combined for three scoreless relief innings. Box

FORT MYERS 11, ST. LUCIE 8: Noah Syndergaard, the righty pitching prospect acquired from the Blue Jays with Travis d'Arnaud, surrendered seven runs on eight hits and two walks in three innings. It marked the most runs surrendered by Syndergaard in four seasons as a professional. St. Lucie overcame a 7-2 deficit by scoring five runs in the third inning, with the damage partly coming on a two-run homer by Matt Reynolds. St. Lucie then took an 8-7 the lead in the fourth on Aderlin Rodriguez's solo homer. However, Wanel Mesa (0-1), Hamilton Bennett and Randy Fontanez combined to surrender four runs over the final three innings. Box

lastname Pina LAKEWOOD 3, SAVANNAH 2: Gabriel Ynoa (1-2) surrendered three runs on five hits and two walks in six innings as the Gnats opened a series in Lakewood, N.J., with a loss. Trailing 3-0, Savannah got a two-run homer from Eudy Pina in the fifth. Yucarybert De La Cruz doubled with two outs in the eighth, but Brandon Nimmo grounded out to end the threat. Nimmo went 0-for-4 as his average slipped to .411. He had been 10-for-19 with a homer and five RBIs over his previous four games. Box