He padded his Big Apple resume on Saturday night.
The Mets prospect struck out eight and allowed three hits over seven innings to extend his shutout streak to 22 and help short-season Brooklyn roll past Staten Island, 11-0.
Robles (5-1) has not allowed an earned run in 31 innings since July 28. In his last four starts, he's given up nine hits over 28 innings for a .100 opponents' batting average.
The 22-year-old right-hander showed just how unhittable he's been against the Cyclones' interborough rivals. He limited the Yankees to one hit over five innings before yielding singles in the sixth and seventh. Staten Island got just one runner past second base against Robles.
The New York-Penn League All-Star fanned a batter in every inning but the fourth, bookending his night with two strikeouts in both the first and seventh.
Robles (5-1) lowered his league-leading ERA and WHIP to 1.20 and 0.75, respectively. His WHIP is tops among all short-season pitchers, while the ERA is second behind Vancouver's Taylor Cole (0.92).
The native of the Dominican Republic has teamed with fellow All-Stars Gabriel Ynoa, Luis Mateo and John Mincone to anchor a Brooklyn staff that leads the 14-team league in ERA (2.55), WHIP (1.05), shutouts (10) and strikeouts (562).
Logan Taylor and Tyler Vanderheiden each worked an inning for Brooklyn, which remained three games in front of Batavia in the race for the Wild Card playoff berth.
The Cyclones' offense did not let Robles hog the spotlight Saturday night. Brooklyn broke open a tight game by scoring eight times in the seventh, an inning that Jeff Reynolds capped with a three-run homer.
Phillip Evans went 3-for-5 with two RBIs and Dimas Ponce and Jeffrey Glenn also drove in two runs apiece.