The Binghamton Mets and Trenton Thunder battled for 17 innings July 24 in Trenton, New Jersey before Binghamton plated a run to secure a 2-1 victory.  The game lasted four hours and thirty-six minutes.  17 innings is the longest number of innings a B-Mets team has ever played in a single game.  478 pitches were thrown between the two teams.

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Beck Wheeler got the win for Binghamton to up his record to 5-1.  Brandon Nimmo went 2-5 at the plate for the only Met to get more than one base hit. Brock Peterson ripped his sixth home run of the season as a B-Met. Starter Robert Gsellman had a solid outing going 7.1 innings and giving up Trenton's only run.

The win puts the B-Mets one-half game ahead of Reading in the Eastern Division.  Trenton and the B-Mets square off again July 25 at 7:00 p.m. (air on WNBF is 6:45). Rainy Lara gets the start for Binghamton.