Considering these two are scheduled for a double-header and 14 innings on Saturday, 15 innings was a bad start to the weekend for the bullpens as position players finished the game for both teams.
RF Cesar Puello (.335/.397/.570 - 71 games): 4-for-7 with a walk, SB, CS
CF Alonzo Harris, (.242/.293/.336 - 59 g) who had been on the disabled list since a collision on June 21 returned with a 2-for-6 effort with a double. He took Cory Mazzoni's spot on the roster after Mazzoni was placed on the Binghamton DL with a strained hamstring.
LHP Pedro Feliciano fanned three over a scoreless two-inning relief effort. He's up to 11.1 innings in AA in which he's fanned nine and walked one.
LHP Alex Panteliodis (4-3, 4.11) put together his best start of 2013: 7.1 IP, 6 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 HPB, 0 BB, 3 K. It was his longest outing and his first without allowing a run. I wonder if he bought himself some more time in the St. Lucie rotation and kept Steven Matz and Gabriel Ynoa in Savannah just a little longer.
Kevin Plawecki played first base again, for the second time in three games and the third time in the last seven games and was 2-for-3 at the plate with an RBI and a run-scored. He's hitting a batting-average powered .371/.421/.500 with seven extra-base hits and two walks in 19 games in advanced-A. I think Plawecki is a more aggressive than Mets' fans generally understand. Even though he strikes out very little (10.5% in A+ in 76 PA), he'll need to adjust his approach against higher-level pitchers.
Tim Byrdak worked the ninth for his third FSL save of the year.
Kyle Drabek, who I once had high hopes for, and owned in a Scoresheet fantasy format, started and went two innings for Dunedin in a rehab start.
A: Greenville @ Savannah - ppd by rain
There was an epic storm in Savannah on Friday afternoon that lasted nearly all evening. They'll play two on Sunday beginning at noon. The Saturday forecast looks a little shaky by gametime too.