Minors 4.12.13: B-Mets' Vaughn drives in 4

COLORADO SPRINGS 6, LAS VEGAS 1: Starter Carlos Torres was charged with five runs (three earned) on nine hits and three walks in three innings. Reese Havens' pinch-hit single in the fifth scored Jamie Hoffmann with Las Vegas' lone run. Josh Satin (.444) went 0-for-4 to lose a season-opening eight-game hitting streak. Box

BINGHAMTON 15, NEW HAMPSHIRE 7: The B-Mets tied a franchise record by scoring 11 times in an inning. Trailing 5-1 entering the bottom of the fourth, Rhyne Hughes got the

lastname Vaughn onslaught started by launching his first homer this season. Hughes was the first of nine consecutive batters to reach base. They all came around to score. Binghamton collected seven hits and used five walks and two Fisher Cat fielding errors in the 11-run frame. New Hampshire had started the game with three consecutive hits en route to two first-inning runs. New Hampshire ultimately produced 18 hits, but left 16 men on base. Binghamton’s first run was scored in the second inning as Cory Vaughn doubled home Juan Centeno. Centeno and Vaughn finished with three hits and three runs apiece. Vaughn also had four RBIs. Mark Cohoon (2-0) got the win in relief. He pitched two innings after replacing starter Tyler Pill (4 IP, 10 H, 5 R). Cohoon surrendered one run on four hits. The B-Mets also scored 11 runs in an inning on July 23, 1994 against the Albany-Colonie Yankees. The 15 runs are the most scored by the B-Mets since plating 17 on Aug. 16, 2011 against New Britain. Box

ST. LUCIE 6, BRADENTON 5: (12 innings) Cam Maron delivered the decisive fielder's choice RBI in the 12th, scoring Charley Thurber. Hamilton Bennett earned the save. T.J. Rivera drove in three runs and Travis Taijeron went 4-for-5 with a walk. T.J. Chism suffered a blown save in the ninth on a two-out RBI double by Carlos Mesa. St. Lucie starter Jacob deGrom allowed four runs in six innings. Box

ROME 5, SAVANNAH 2: Gabriel Ynoa surrendered five runs (four earned) on eight hits and two walks in four innings. Kevin Plawecki went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and RBI in the loss to lift his season batting average to .484. Bret Mitchel, Beck Wheeler and Tim Peterson combined for four no-hit relief innings with seven strikeouts. Box

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