Albert Almora Jr. makes a diving catch in the top of the third inning on Wednesday night for the Syracuse Mets
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Credit: Herm Card
Syracuse, NY - The Syracuse Mets put together a monstrous rally in the bottom of the ninth, coming back from six runs down to tie the game, but fell in ten innings, 9-8, to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders on Wednesday night at NBT Bank Stadium.
Syracuse (24-49) went into the bottom of the ninth trailing 8-2. The rally all started with Drew Jackson working a one-out walk. Mason Williams then singled, advancing Jackson t... Full Story