Urdaneta Salvages His Season

Affiliated with the Mets since 2005, the B-Mets reliever has battled through a multitude of road blocks that have slowed his climb to the big leagues. He detailed to Inside Pitch what he went through and what he hopes to do moving forward.
August 16, 2007

Week in Review Across the Farm

The second halves began this week for both New Orleans and Binghamton as their All-Star breaks have come and gone. For the rest of the farm system, July plugs along with varying success. Here is a rundown of the week that was.
July 15, 2007

Binghamton 11 - Portland 7 Full Recap

PORTLAND, Maine – Brett Harper led the way this afternoon as the Binghamton Mets slugged past the Sea Dogs. Harper fell a triple short of the cycle and knocked in three runs as the team set a season high for runs scored for the second consecutive game. The B-Mets went on to defeat Portland 11-7 at Hadlock Field.
May 12, 2007

Kiger Works His Way Back

The Binghamton second baseman was called up during the 2006 postseason for a short stint with the Oakland Athletics. After signing with the Mets, he restarts his journey back to the top. He sat down with Inside Pitch for a revealing story about what he has been through.
May 8, 2007

Kiger Released

Mark Kiger became the first player since 1885 to make his major league debut in a post-season game when he was a defensive replacement for the Oakland A's during the ALCS. However, the realities of the regular season roster caught-up with Kiger this week, as he was released by the team.
December 14, 2006

Who's On Second?

With Bobby Crosby and Antonio Perez already hurt at the start of the playoffs, the Oakland A's thin middle infield became down-right skinny when Mark Ellis broke his finger. With Ellis out, the A's have an empty roster spot going into the ALCS. They will fill that spot with a middle infielder to back-up Marco Scutaro and D'Angelo Jimenez. The A's have three candidates to fill that roster spot.
October 8, 2006

August's Best In The Oakland A's System

August has officially come and gone and we have the final numbers to prove it. Inside, we take our monthly look around the Oakland A's system to identify the top performers out in the field and on the mound for the final full month of the minor league baseball season.
September 7, 2006