Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports As we reach the end of the first week in May, the NL East continues to be one of the most competitive divisions in baseball, as each individual team is in a different spot in the standings than they were just a week ago.
Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports The New York Mets have received significant production from some unsung heroes as of late. And these strong contributions continued on Wednesday night, as the irregulars carried the load in a 7-2 victory to help their team split the doubleheader with the St.
Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports Despite dealing with hamstring tightness, which forced him out of his previous start after five innings on Friday night, New York Mets pitcher Marcus Stroman came back to make his next scheduled start in St.
It only made sense that in this odd season for the New York Mets, their backup players lead them to a good win. Francisco Lindor and James McCann got the night off, and Jordan Yamamoto pitched, but despite that, the Mets won 7-2.
Paul DeJong has turned into the modern-day New York Mets killer and flexed his muscle again in the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 win. DeJong’s two-run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning put the game away as the Mets were once again incapable of doing anything on offense.
Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports The thing about Met killers is they don’t stop being Met killers. Paul DeJong, who on most days is an average major league hitter, continued his tormenting of the Mets.
The New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies cleared benches a few times during a heated game the Phillies won 2-1 on Friday night. Things started in the top of the eighth inning when Phillies reliever Jose Alvarado was pitching.