Cole Hamels continued his red-hot season tonight at Citi Field, recording double-digit strikeouts in an outstanding effort which he would later receive the no-decision for. The offense showed up a little late tonight, long after Mets' starter Matt Harvey left the ballgame.
Jimmy Rollins started off this ballgame against Matt Harvey doing what he does best. Jimmy launched a lead-0ff solo home run on a 3-1 count. He got the green light for his 22nd home run of the season. His season high is 30, set in 2007.
Cole was looking sharp as always tonight. However, he would allow a run to score in the third. Ruben Tejada scored on a single from Daniel Murphy. Murphy has been a Phillies killer all season with a .343 average and 23 RBI against this team.
In the bottom of the sixth with the game still tied at 1, David Wright shot a solo home run to the seats in right-center field. 2-1 Mets.
Cole Hamels was still dealing, despite the two runs he allowed. Through six innings, Cole had r...