Mets are just spoiling us with all this offense including the homeruns. Ike Davis with a three-run homerun to break the game open, and after Jason Bay robbed the Braves of a homerun, hit one himself deep in center field for a solo shot and an insurance run. Broken fingers seem to be helping the Mets.
Dillon Gee had a great start this afternoon allowing only one run on four hits in seven innings pitched. He walked one and struck out five including two huge strikeouts to end the seventh. He had his stuff working tonight with his pitches moving well and keeping it low in the zone. He kept from repeating his sequence of pitches which kept the batters off guard. He said facing the Braves so many times last year has helped him learn about batters swings, when they are aggressive, and what pitches they like. I’m still not hundred percent confident in him, but you can tell he’s learning and learning quick. We might just have something in Dillon Gee.
Jon Rauch and Tim Byrdak combine fo...