Sometimes, you just need to tip your cap… Our Mets lost 2-0 across the Northern border to the Jays on Saturday afternoon.
The last recap I penned had to do with Zack Greinke, and this game brought upon another great pitching talent in Brandon Morrow. Sometimes, there is absolutely nothing you can do. You can not win if you can not score. Simple as that.
Brandon Morrow dominated the Mets with 8 K in a 3-hit shutout, who had nothing go Wright – including the present of Wright, who was on the bench today. Baxter, Duda, and Cedeno put together the only hits against Morrow – and a PH-BB by Hairston rounded out the entire offense. At least Duda’s hit was a two-bagger.
On the flip side, the injury bug bit the Mets once again…seriously, is it not getting tired of tasting Met blood? Batista left after 2 scoreless with a bad back, allowing only a hit and walk over those two frames. Jeremy Hefner took over after and pitched the following 5 innings (talk about Yeoman’s work out of the p...