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.
BU Volleyball Sweeps UMBC 3-0 VIEW VIDEO
VESTAL, N.Y. – The Binghamton volleyball team earned back-to-back wins for just the second time all season after sweeping UMBC, Sunday afternoon from West Gym. As the first half of America East play... more
BU's Reed is ready to win VIEW VIDEO
Jordan Reed earned Third-Team America East All-Rookie and All-Conference honors as a freshmen, Second-Team All-Conference honors as a sophomore and enters this season as a junior and the face of the... more