Danny Muno continues to swing a hot bat, collecting four hits to lead the Cyclones to another route of Aberdeen 11-1.
Muno (4-5, 2 2B, 2RBI) is now hitting a robust .358/.458/.556 in 21 games for the Cyclones. He leads the NYPL in OBP and is second in both batting average and OPS.
Brian Harrison (1-4, HR (1), 2RBI) added a two-run homerun for the Cyclones who have scored 24 runs in their last two games.
Juan Urbina (5 IP, 4 hits, 2er, bb, 6K, HR) won for the first time this season. This was the first start in which Urbina has allowed fewer than four earned runs. He has now allowed four homeruns in six starts.
While its not a great outing it is progress in the right direction. Baby steps folks.
23-year old Lucas Stewart was the hitting star of the night. Stewart went 2-3, with a grand slam, and six RBI.
Erik Goeddel made his first rehab outing on Friday, as he pitched one inning for the GCL Mets. Goeddel gave up a hit and a run. Goeddel had been sidelined with a right shoulder strain.
Goeddel was 2-2, with a 2.72 ERA and a 46K/9BB ratio in 9 appearances (7 starts) for Savannah prior to the injury.
Edioglis Villasmil came on to relieve Goeddel and recorded five no-hit innings (5 IP,2 bb, 7K).
Joe Tuschak: 0-1, 3 bb, k.