HARRISBURG -- Zack Wheeler, the New York Mets' top prospect, allowed two hits in seven innings in Binghamton's 4-1 win over Harrisburg and Senators pitcher Danny Rosenbaum.
Wheeler (6-2) struck out seven and lowered his ERA to 1.66 in the win. He earned his sixth win in as many starts. Adrian Rosario took over for Wheeler and saved his second game of the season.
The B-Mets committed three errors, all on booted ground balls at third, shortstop and second, allowing Eury Perez to score in the sixth.
Rosenbaum (7-2) suffered his second loss of the year.
For the third straight game, the B-Mets grabbed the lead in the first inning. Matt den Dekker lined a single to left off Rosenbaum. It was the first of eight hits the B-Mets collected against the lefty, who had tossed a complete game against Binghamton back in May.
With two outs, Jefry Marte ripped an RBI double down the left field line to give Binghamton the lead.
Some information used in this story is courtesy of the Binghamton Mets. Video provided by Harrisburg Senators/SendtoNews.