Perhaps the one thing that the New York Mets organization has going for it, is it's pool of prospects. Ranked 6th in the Majors, the Mets have plenty of depth at all levels. Many of those prospects will make their home in Binghamton for the next few months. The B-Mets will rely heavily on the service of catcher Kevin Plawecki, who manager Pedro Lopez says will likely play five out of every seven games. Plawecki spent the last few weeks of last season with the B-Mets, but this spring spent a lot of time working with former B-Met and current big league catcher Travis d'Arnaud. d'Arnaud gave the 23-year old Plawecki plenty of advice on how to handle the step up to Double-A.
Lehner staying with Senators VIEW VIDEO
Former Binghamton Senators goaltender Robin Lehner and the Ottawa Senators have agreed to a 3-year extension worth $6.675 million.
Lehner, 23, went 12-15-6 in a career high 36 games last season... more
The Big Hurt's Big Heart VIEW VIDEO
Cooperstown was filled with almost 50,000 baseball fans over the weekend. The vast majority were Atlanta Braves fans, but there was a solid representation of St. Louis Cardinals fans, New York... more