AKRON, OH — The Binghamton Mets scored early on Brett Myers and never let up, beating the Akron Aeros 10-2 Saturday night at Canal Park.
Myers — who started for the Aeros (63-69) on a major league rehab assignment — did not look good. The right-hander was throwing in the uppers 80s but did not seem to have a command of his pitchers. Myers threw 16 pitches in 0.1 innings — nine for strikes — while allowing three runs (one earned) on three hits, no walks, and no strikeouts.
From Indians Baseball Insider, August 24, 2013