• B-Mets Thumped by Sea Dogs, 11-3

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    The Binghamton Mets allowed 11 runs on 18 hits and were blown out by the Portland Sea Dogs, 11-3, Friday night at NYSEG Stadium. The 18 hits against were the most by a B-Mets opponent this season.

  • Rosario Relegated to DL

    Blanked 7-0 by the Portland Sea Dogs last night, the B-Mets have now been shutout twice in their last four games. The reason? Futures Game shortstop, Amed Rosario, has been out of the lineup since Monday.

  • B-Mets Blanked by Portland, 7-0

    The Portland Sea Dogs struck early and often and shut out the Binghamton Mets, 7-0, Thursday night at NYSEG Stadium. Binghamton managed only five hits and went 0-for-7 with runners in scoring position.

  • Boyd's Blistering Hot Bat

    Since returning from the disabled list on 7/20, Jayce Boyd has gone 13-for-27 with six extra-base hits. Overall, he is on an 11-game hitting streak dating back to 7/3 and has raised his average from .214 to .273. Boyd is batting .459 (17-37) during his hitting streak and has recorded five multi-hit games.

  • Reading reels in rubber game in rout against B-Mets

    The Reading Fightin Phils hammered out 14 hits, including three home runs, and defeated the Binghamton Mets, 11-3, in the rubber game of a three-game series.

  • Most valuable Plaia secures 5-2 victory for B-Mets

    Colton Plaia belted a two-run homer in the ninth, his first as a B-Met, to highlight a personal three-hit night and seal Binghamton’s 5-2 win.

  • Montero shines, B-Mets offense dims in 1-0 loss

    Rafael Montero fired seven strong innings, but the Binghamton Mets offense stalled in a 1-0 loss to the Reading Fightin Phils on Monday night.

  • B-Mets Keep Sea Dogs at Bay, Snag Finale, 2-1

    Tyler Herron tossed six innings of one-run ball and two Binghamton Mets relievers stranded the potential tying run on base in each of the final three innings in a 2-1 win over the Portland Sea Dogs on Sunday afternoon at Hadlock Field.

  • Zany Seventh Gives Pill Franchise Record, 7-4

    Tyler Pill became the all-time winningest pitcher in Binghamton Mets history after the B-Mets plated two runs in a wacky seventh inning en route to a 7-4 victory over the Portland Sea Dogs on Saturday night at Hadlock Field.

  • Big innings burn B-Mets in Portland

    The Portland Sea Dogs used a pair of four-run innings to beat the Binghamton Mets, 9-3, on Friday night.

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