Mets Scores & Recaps
The Mets scored eleven runs in the first of two games against the Marlins.
Philadelphia continues to cruise towards postseason berth as Mets enter final week of disappointing season.
Two late blasts helped send the game to extras but it ultimately didn’t matter.
Despite their best efforts, the Mets couldn’t overcome the Phillies.
David Peterson struck out a career-high ten batters and Pete Alonso hit a game-tying homer in the sixth, but the bullpen let the game get away.
Ronny Mauricio, Pete Alonso, and Francisco Alvarez all homered, and the bullpen held the D-Backs bats off.
Kodai Senga was not at his best but it was the bullpen that blew it.
Jose Quintana had a great start, but the Mets offense was the star of the show.
Kodai Senga went seven strong innings and the offense struck late in a 2-1 win over the Mariners.
Mark Vientos made it interesting in the ninth.
The bullpen shoved. It didn’t matter.