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  • Four-run second fells B-Mets in 6-1 setback

    The Harrisburg Senators sent nine men to the plate and scored four times in the second inning en route to a 6-1 win over the Binghamton Mets.

  • B-Mets Wednesday notes - Rosario update, bouncing back after 17

    Baseball fans in the Southern Tier were treated to 17 innings of baseball Tuesday night. Amed Rosario will not be in the lineup Wednesday night.

  • Boyd’s walk-off gives B-Mets doubleheader split

    The Binghamton Mets dropped game one of a doubleheader with the Harrisburg Senators, 4-2, before walking off winners in extra innings in game two, 3-2.

  • B-Mets' Montero named pitcher of the week

    In two starts during the week (July 25-31), the righty compiled a 1.35 ERA and struck out 15 batters over 13-1/3 innings.

  • B-Mets Blasted By Sea Dogs, 8-1

    The Portland Sea Dogs homered three times and sailed to an 8-1 win over the Binghamton Mets, Sunday afternoon at NYSEG Stadium. Plus, find out when Amed Rosario is slated to return to the field.

  • Montero, Roseboom, Cement B-Mets Win, 2-1

    Rafael Montero struck out nine batters over six and 1/3 innings and the Binghamton Mets beat the Portland Sea Dogs, 2-1, Saturday night at NYSEG Stadium. David Roseboom recorded the final four outs, earning his eighth save.

  • B-Mets Thumped by Sea Dogs, 11-3

    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.

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