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Fisher Cats drop second straight to Mets
For the second straight day, the Fisher Cats out-hit the Mets. And for the second straight day, it didn’t matter.
Allan Dykstra and Dustin Martin each homered as host Binghamton handed New Hampshire a 6-3 Eastern League baseball setback Wednesday night at NYSEG Stadium.
After tying a season-high five-game winning streak, the Fisher Cats (54-76) have dropped their last two games to the Mets (63-67). Binghamton broke a 3-3 tie in the fifth inning when a two-out double from Wilmer Flores scored Wilfredo Tovar.
The Mets stretched their lead with solo homers from Martin, his fourth of the season, in the sixth and Dykstra, his sixth, in the eighth.
Fernando Hernandez (4-7) suffered the mound loss, working six innings. He allowed seven hits, five runs (four earned) and walked two. He fanned seven. Dykstra’s homer was off reliever Sam Dyson.
The Mets grabbed a 3-0 second inning lead when Raul Reyes tripled home two runs and scored on a throwing error by second baseman John Tolisano.
New Hampshire got a run in the third inning when Ryan Goins scored on a groundout by Brad Glenn. The Fisher Cats tied the game in the fourth inning. Tolisano scored on a sacrifice fly by Jake Marisnick and Goins plated Sean Ochinko with a single. The inning came to an abrupt end when Brian Jeroloman was thrown out at third base on Goins’ single. Later with runners on second and third, Glenn popped out to end the frame.
New Hampshire out-hit the Mets 11-8 led by three hits from Goins. Tolisano and Ochinko each had two hits. New Hampshire stranded 11 runners.
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