Meet the Mets
In a match up between two of the worst teams of baseball, the Mets fell to the Orioles 6-3. Jason Vargas started for the Mets and recorded an out in the sixth inning for the first time this season. Vargas gave up two runs over six innings before Bobby Wahl and Paul Sewald struggled out of the bullpen for New York. At the plate, Kevin Plawecki, Amed Rosario, and Todd Frazier each had RBI singles for the Mets.
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As he nears his return from the disabled list, Jay Bruce wants to pretend like this season never happened. Bruce is also set to split his time between right field and first base while on his rehab assignment.
The Mets are making it their mission to help Jacob deGrom win the Cy Young.
David Wright’s road back to the big leagues does not include a position change.
Around the National League East
In a game where all the runs were scored off solo homers, the Red Sox beat the Phillies 2-1.
Ronald Acuña Jr. continued his hot streak, becoming the youngest player ever to homer in five straight games as the Braves beat the Marlins.
The Nationals continued to struggle as they fell to the Cardinals 6-4.
Braves pitcher Brandon McCarthy will retire at the end of the 2018 season.
Around Major League Baseball
The Indians continued their recent hot streak as Corey Kluber picked up his 15th win.
The A’s beat the Mariners on Tuesday night and are now just one game back in the AL West race.
In a Giants 2-1 win at Dodger Stadium, there was a scuffle during the game which led to two ejections.
Trevor Bauer was placed on the DL with a small stress fracture in his right leg.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Matthew Mackenzie checked in on how some Mets prospects performed last week.
Vasillis Drimalitis previewed the series against Baltimore.
Lukas Vlahos delivered the daily prospect report.
Kenneth Lavin handed out players of the week awards to Mets minor leaguers.
This Date in Mets History
On this date in 1965, The Beatles came to Flushing, New York and performed in front of 55,600 people at Shea Stadium.
Happy birthday to former Met, Oliver Perez!