Minors 6.5.13: B-Mets' comeback falls short

TRENTON 10, BINGHAMTON 6: The B-Mets (34-25) could not overcome an 8-0 deficit after Trenton jumped on starter Mark Cohoon. The game's first three batters singled to load the bases and Kyle Roller ultimately produced a two-run single in the first. Jose Pirela followed with a sacrifice fly as the Thunder took a 3-0 lead. In the second, Cohoon

lastname Cohoon surrendered three more runs. Slade Heathcott had a two-run triple and Tyler Austin added an RBI single. Trenton starter Mikey O’Brien retired the first 10 B-Mets batters before giving up a one-out single to Darrell Ceciliani in the fourth. The B-Mets loaded the bases that frame but could not push a run across. Cohoon also surrendered two runs in the fifth, on a wild pitch and Reegie Corona's RBI double. Trailing 8-0, Binghamton produced a six-run fifth. Danny Muno had an RBI single. After Ceciliani smacked an RBI double, Cesar Puello blasted his 10th homer, bringing Binghamton within three runs. On the next pitch, Allan Dykstra also homered. It marked the first time this season Binghamton hit back-to-back homers. Trenton responded in the seventh. Ryan Fraser walked two batters, then allowed back-to-back run-scoring hits. Binghamton produced only one hit over the final four innings. Cohoon (3-3) surrendered eight runs in five innings. B-Mets manager Pedro Lopez was ejected in the top of the fifth. Ceciliani extended his hitting streak to 12 games. Cory Vaughn was out for a second straight game with elbow soreness and will get an MRI, the Press & Sun-Bulletin reported. Josh Rodriguez -- who has a 20-game hitting streak -- also missed Wednesday's game after cutting his hand the previous game getting stepped on during a rundown, according to the newspaper. Box

LAKELAND 4, ST. LUCIE 2: Lakeland rallied with a four-run sixth and has won the first

lastname Lara three games of the series, holding the Mets to three combined runs. St. Lucie starter Rainy Lara retired 13 straight at one point and had been cruising through five innings before the Flying Tigers rallied. Lara committed a throwing error to first, and Chad Wright’s RBI single pulled Lakeland within 2-1. Cam Maron had a missed catch at home plate for an error that resulted in the second run of the inning. Jeff McVaney’s go-ahead RBI single made it 3-2. The Flying Tigers added a run on an RBI fielder’s choice from Jason Krizan. Lara allowed four runs (one earned) and five hits over 5 1/3 innings with one walk and five strikeouts in his second Florida State League start. Jim Fuller pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings in relief. Hamilton Bennett pitched a scoreless eighth. T.J. Chism worked around a bases-loaded jam in the ninth. The Mets (30-27) jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first. Dustin Lawley’s ground-rule double scored T.J. Rivera to make it 1-0. Aderlin Rodriguez’s groundout then scored Matt Reynolds. Box

LEXINGTON 4, SAVANNAH 0: Starter Robert Gsellman allowed three runs on nine hits and a walk in six innings. The Gnats (35-23) were shut out by Alec Mills and two relievers. Maikis De La Cruz had two of Savannah's seven hits. Box

Compiled from team reports