The Mets ’futile move on Friday means the franchisee’s record will now be shared, but that day wasn’t a bust at all for manager Luis Roxas’s crew.
Dominic Smith introduced the RBI single in eighth place, which allowed the Mets to escape Game 1 of the two-headed game with a 2-1 win over the Phillies at City Field. The victory came after Philadelphia representative Aaron Nola scored 10 straight shots to repeat Tom Siever’s solo record for the past 51 years.
David Peterson was sharp in the night cap – allowing him to run once over six innings – but the Mets lost 2-1, as well as eight assists. The two-headed split was the third for the Mets in the past week (the other citizens are “Braves Nationals”).
The decisive run of Game 2 was abruptly hit by Odubel Herrera, who finished third, preventing Luis Guillerme from being thrown home in a short time. Travis Jankowski, who started the inning in the second half (Francisco Lindor came on and initially thought he would shoot in the third), was approaching the game.
After the Alets Bom’s off-field error, the Mets scored a not-so-great result in seventh place. With the base loaded, James McKenn hit the victim fly that tied him 1-1.
Bryza Harper’s sixth homer against Peterson made Phillies ’first move. Harper was preoccupied with rounding the bases.
When Andrew McKutchen climbed over the left field barrier to steal Albert Almora Jr.’s two-run homer, the Mets were stolen in the second half of the night cover. In the fourth, Pete Alonso was thrown into the center field in the second half at the foot of Smith for not reading the ball correctly.
Lefty Matt Moore (entered with 7.36 ERAs) suffocated the Mets, allowing three shots and five closed innings.
The Mets barely escaped the first win. After Alonso deliberately walked in the second with an automatic runner, Smith hit a single shot in the middle against Ranger Suarez and his teammates tore him to the ground.
“We had a tough game with a very tough mug and the guys didn’t give up,” Rojas said.
The Mets had trouble getting into the seventh, trailing 1-0 and struggling to make the final ascents, but the coupe ensured Jose Alvarado’s opening shot at the start of the inning opened the scoring and injured Lindor. Lindor’s two RBI sisters led Alvarado to a second-place error in a throwing error.
The Mets ’previous big chance was sixth when Smith marched against Alvarado to load the bases. But left-back Alvarado Phillies beat McKenna before Kevin Pillar left to keep the lead. Lindor was hit by the field and Alonso walked against Nola to start the rally.
Nola allowed more than 5 square yards of two shots, two shots and 12 shots in a single walk.
Michael Conforto hit a 1-2 knuckle curve for the first half of the fourth inning, and on April 22, 1970, when he played against the Mets in a game against the Padres, Nolaga scored his 10th goal to repeat Solaver’s top-league record. gave a gripping blow. from setting a record by thriving to the right of a double that caused a stir in the crowd.
“[Players] they knew there were a number of blows and how good they were [Nola] because they kept talking about how his stuff was hitting the ball and just disappearing, ”Rojas said. “He was also able to draw … after six everyone was aware. They started paying more attention, and then he hit the side of the next inning again. ”
On April 17 in Colorado, Jacob deGrom scored nine straight shots before his series broke. Tyler Anderson and Max Scherzer are other active pitchers who have made nine straight fights.
Nola defeated Fillies 1-0, with RBI doubling in fifth against Walker. Nick Maton walked in with two shots. Nola, who hit the 130th shot, hit the center of the right center for a run. Taijuan Walker has returned to resign Odubel Herrera.
Walker allowed one run in three hits over five innings with five hits and one walk. The right-hand man, who dropped to ERA 2.38, had an unusual start in Washington, where he allowed more than a quarter to 6 runs / ₃ minutes.
“Bullpen did a great job of keeping him a one-off game,” Walker said. “We know we have a great chance to win as we get closer to the game.”