Lets start with the performance with the most immediate big league impact: Pedro Beato allowed a hit and a walk, but struck out the side in a scoreless seventh inning.
SS Brent Dlugach hit the game winning home run, his first of the year, off the Bisons' Fernando Cabrera in the bottom of the ninth.
Outings like this from LHP Garrett Olson (5 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 5 BB, 3 K), will make it much easier for the Mets to find space in the Bisons' rotation for both Collin McHugh and Zack Wheeler. Olson has walked 12% of the batters he has faced, or 31 in 56.2 innings.
LF Fred Lewis was 2-for-4 with a double. The 31-year old is hitting .297/.348/.461 and plays a good defensive left field. He's good against righties (.330/.378/.560 in 91 AB this year) but struggles against southpaws (.216/.275/.216 in 37 AB). I'm not sure that's good enough to become Mike Baxter's replacement, but he has to be under consideration.
Something simple, and good: CF Matt den Dekker (pictured) was 2-for-4 with a home run, his eighth to put the B-Mets up 1-0 in the third inning. The 24-year old is hitting .301/.367/.526 with 28 (!) extra-base hits in 51 games. He's tied for the Eastern League lead in extra-base hits, doubles (17) and is all alone in first in total bases (110) and is fourth in strikeouts (58).
Darin Gorski put together his longest outing of the year (6.1 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 3 K). One of the runs scored when he bequeathed a runner at third base with one out to Brad Holt in the seventh.