The Binghamton Mets scored five runs in the seventh inning and ran away with the series finale, defeating the Reading Fightin Phils, 9-3, on Thursday at FirstEnergy Stadium. All eight position players collected at least one hit in Bighamton's 14-hit attack.

Reading jumped on Greg Peavey and the B-Mets in the first inning. Zach Collier kicked off the offense by zipping Peavey's 2-1 offering over the right-field wall for his eighth homer of the season. After consecutive singles put two aboard, Anthony Hewitt hit a sharp groundball to third. Richard Lucas' throw to second sailed high and allowed Maikel Franco to score, giving Reading a 2-0 lead.

Lucas made amends for his misplay by leading off the second with a double down the left-field line against Major League rehabbing starter Jonathan Pettibone. Wilfredo Tovar followed with a single and Xorge Carrillo put the B-Mets on the board with a run-producing groundout. Alonzo Harris tied the game with a double to the right-field alley.

Hewitt pushed Reading ahead with an RBI single in the fourth, but the B-Mets responded immediately against Pettibone in the fifth, his final inning of the night. Carrillo started the frame with a single to left, moved from first to third when Harris bounced a single off Pettibone's foot and came home on sac fly by Danny Muno.

Juan Sosa took over in the sixth and put up a shutout frame before Binghamton unloaded in the seventh. Carrillo got the ball rolling with a bloop double to center. Following a single by Harris, Allan Dykstra lined a pinch-hit, go-ahead single to left, plating Carrillo.

Muno added a bunt single to third and Ceciliani kicked the lead to two with a sac fly. Taijeron delivered the final blow against Sosa by lining a two-run single to left. After Tyler Knigge entered, Tovar capped the inning with an RBI single off the righty.

Hamilton Bennett tossed a perfect seventh and added a quiet eighth after Ceciliani rounded-out Binghamton's scoring with an RBI triple in the top of the inning. Armando Rodriguez wrapped up the B-Mets 11th rubber match of the season with a scoreless ninth.

Peavey (2-1) collected the win after being lifted for a pinch-hitter in Binghamton's five-run seventh. After allowing Hewitt's RBI single in the fourth, the righty capped his night by retiring the final nine batters he faced. Sosa (3-3) was tagged for five runs on five hits in the loss.

The B-Mets (77-47) kick-off a six-day homestand and start a three-game series against the New Britain Rock Cats on Friday night at 7:05 PM. RHP Noah Syndergaard takes the hill against RHP Cole Devries. The Horizons Federal Credit Union Pregame Show begins at 6:50 PM on Newsradio 1290 WNBF. Fans can also listen to live coverage of B-Mets baseball via the "Binghamton Mets Baseball Network" station using the TuneIn app on their mobile devices.

POSTGAME NOTES: Binghamton went 7-for-7 in stolen base attempts in the three-game series...Greg Peavey, Hamilton Bennett and Armando Rodriguez retired 18 of the final 19 Reading batters…Binghamton is a franchise-best 30 games over .500…Binghamton's magic number to clinch a playoff spot sits at two.

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CUTTERS TOP AUBURN

Zach Green got the Cutters on the scoreboard in familiar fashion as he blasted his 11th home run, a solo shot, in the 2nd inning to put the Cutters on the scoreboard. For Green in was his team leading 32nd RBI. Jairo Cardozo plated the Cutters 2nd run of the inning with an RBI ground out that scored Logan Pierce.

Auburn would find the scoreboard in the 4th inning against Shane Martin. Jimmy Yezzo ripped a triple down the right field line that would score Bryan Lippincott from 1st base to make it 2-1. Lippincott reached on an error by Martin with two outs.

In the bottom of the 8th inning, Williamsport would take a late lead utilizing a Doubledays error. Gustavo Martinez grounded to short, fielded by Kyle Attl who threw the ball wide of Jimmy Yezzo at first allowing Dylan Cozens to score from 2nd base to give the Cutters a 3-2 lead.