Aside from first basemen Allan Dykstra who earned the Eastern League MVP Award last season with his 21 HR and 82 RBI, the 2013 B-Mets relied heavily on the bats of their outfielders. Cesar Puello hit 16 HR with 73 RBI, Travis Taijeron had 14 HR with 42 RBI, and Cory Vaughn finished with 10 HR and 33 RBI. Looking at Vaughn's numbers, it may seem a little low given the fact that his father (Greg Vaughn) and first cousin once removed (Mo Vaughn) were known for their hitting prowess. But, remember that Cory Vaughn spent a good portion of the year on the disabled list.
Back in Binghamton for another year, Vaughn looks to build on his hitting success from last season, but knows that results at the plate start with staying healthy.
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