The Mets lost the final game of their series with the Dodgers yesterday, dropping the game 3-2 despite Jeremy Hefner's best outing of the season. I guess every game game end in a walk-off grand slam, the full box score can be found here.
The PCL saw a reunion from some Mets teams of the past, as both Wally Backman and Howard Johnson are both spending the season at Triple-A.
Yesterday at AA
Amazin' Avenue Audio launched Episode 17 yesterday, you can listen to it here.
The Nationals finally got back to winning ways, beating the Reds by an 8-1 score. You can tell they are still new to the whole winning thing, as they decided yesterday's game was enough to warrant a Gatorade shower.
Rounding out NL East play last night, the Marlins continued to do what they do best, losing 4-3 to the Chicago Cubs. I'm shocked that they managed to draw over 15,000 fans for that game, but I guess the Cubs are probably a pretty good draw.
Over at FanGraphs, Alex Remington took a look at handedness in baseball to see if there are any changes in trends.
Speaking of handedness, BtB took a look at why Stephen Strasburg is dominating left-handers.