In six games since a promotion to the Binghamton Mets, top prospect Brandon Nimmo's numbers aren't as great as he was hoping. He's hitting just .125 with 2 RBI, 4 runs scored and only one home run, which came in Tuesday's 2-0 win over Reading. But, baseball is not a game where short term struggles are a red flag, it's a long season and neither Nimmo or B-Mets manager Pedro Lopez are concerned. But they both agree that his first career Double-A home run was an important milestone.
Boyd's Bomb sends B-Mets to 3-2 win VIEW VIDEO
BINGHAMTON, NY - Jayce Boyd's first home run in 59 games proved to be the difference in the Binghamton Mets 3-2 win over the Akron RubberDucks Friday night at NYSEG Stadium. Boyd's home run came in... more
B-Mets road trip ends in loss
HARRISBURG, PA – The Harrisburg Senators racked up 16 hits and cashed in on four Binghamton errors to slap the B-Mets with a 9-2 loss on Thursday night at Metro Bank Park. Tony Renda led the charge... more