• Top prospect Smith progressing in Binghamton

    Dom Smith was selected in the 1st round by the New York Mets at 17 years old. Now, four years later at the age of 21, Smith is the Mets' top prospect.

  • B-Mets bested by Curve, 5-2

    The Binghamton Mets never led as they were dropped by the Altoona Curve, 5-2, Tuesday night at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Binghamton parade of champions

    The city of Binghamton honored the Class AA state champion Binghamton High School softball team and state champion members of the track and field team Tuesday with a parade of champions.

  • No Boom in Bats in Loss to Thunder, 3-1

    The Trenton Thunder beat the Binghamton Mets, 3-1, on Sunday afternoon at ARM & HAMMER Park to complete a three-game series sweep. The B-Mets were held to five singles and suffered their sixth loss in seven games. Binghamton finished a 1-5 road trip by slipping back to 11 games below .500, matching a season-low.

  • Easy Come, Easy Go in 4-3 Loss

    TRENTON, NJ (WBNG) – The Binghamton Mets failed to hold a late one-run lead after scoring three runs on a pair of errors in a 4-3 walk-off loss to the Trenton Thunder on Saturday night at ARM & HAMMER Park.

  • Camarena Handcuffs B-Mets in Opener, 5-1

    Trenton starter Daniel Camarena tossed eight scoreless innings to lead the Thunder past the Binghamton Mets, 5-1, on Friday night at Arm & Hammer Park.

  • B-Mets avoid brooms behind Lara & Smith

    Rainy Lara fired seven scoreless innings and Dominic Smith drove in three runs to escort the Binghamton Mets past the Richmond Flying Squirrels.

  • Flying Squirrels make B-Mets see double

    The Richmond Flying Squirrels scored four runs on three straight doubles in the third and turned a critical double play in the seventh to beat the Binghamton Mets.

  • Slania Slays B-Mets in Series Opener

    Richmond starter Dan Slania blanked the Binghamton Mets into the sixth inning and drove in two runs of his own to lead the Flying Squirrels to a 8-1 series-opening win.

  • B-Met Jared King Retires

    Binghamton Met Jared King has retired from professional baseball. King announced his decision on his facebook page on Monday.

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