The Binghamton Mets rolled to their sixth consecutive victory Jine 17 as they topped the Portland Sea Dogs 3-1 at Hadlock Field.  Luis Cessa tossed eight innings of one-run ball to up his record to 6-4.  He lowered his ERA to 2.34 which is fourth-best in the Eastern League.

Cessa's eight inning stint was the longest outing by a B-Met starter since Greg Peavey went eight innings against the New Britain Rock Cats on August 28, 2014.  The win insures the B-Mets will win their third consecutive series.  The B-Mets and Sea Dogs conclude their three-game series  at 6:00 p.m. (air at 5:45 on News Radio 1290 WNBF).

Binghamton's closer, Paul Sewald, worked a perfect ninth inning to earn his eleventh save of the season.  Binghamton ups its record to 34-30.  Michael Fulmer is tonight's scheduled starter for the B-Mets.  William Cuevas is set to oppose him for the Sea Dogs.

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