Philadelphia – Alec Boehm and JT Realmuto each hit a three-run homer, Rhys Hawkins hit a solo shot and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Mets 8-2.
The Phillies took on three of their division rivals after opening the season with a three-time game, defending NLI champions Atlanta.
Films Ace Aaron Nola carried out only four innings, upsetting the last two. He allowed one run and six hits out of five.
“He was meant to grind through,” said Phillies manager Joe Girardi. “His place and stuff was not fast, but he found a way to deliver just one run through four innings against a good lineup. This is the mark of a good pitcher. “
“I don’t think that really hurt us,” manager Luis Rojas said of the layoffs. He said, “I felt that we have prepared well to come and compete in this series.” We could have won this series. There is no excuse. We go home 1-2. “
The Phillies hit two homers in the first five games before going deep three times against the Mets.
Girdhari said, “I think the biggest thing is that traffic is being grounded and if you do that, you are going to score runs.” “Home run hurries it but base is important to me.”
Francisco Lindor, a four-time All-Star shortstop, took over from Cleveland in the off-season and signed a team-record last week with a $ 341 million, 10-year contract extension, 2 for 11 with an RBI. The first was in the series. The mets
He was taunted by Philly fans with chants of “overrated” in his last bat.
Mets-Nationals series scheduled
The season’s opening series of the season between the Washington Nationals and Mets has been rescheduled, with two games departed in June and another in September.
Coronovirus outbreaks on the citizens prompted Major League Baseball to scrap the games played in Washington on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday of the previous week.
Instead, MLB announced on Wednesday, a game would be part of a division doubleheader on June 19 at 1:05 pm and 6:05 pm; Another will take place on June 28 at 7:05 pm, which was a closed day for both teams; And last september 4 will be 1:05 pm and 6:05 pm as part of a doubleheader
Urshela cuts home as Yankees Lose in 11th
Orioles right fielder Anthony Santner threw out Gio Ursahela in the 11th in an attempt to score a fly ball, singles in the top of the inning after pinch-hitter Chance Cisco left, and Baltore beat the Yankees, 4-3. , Wednesday night .
Brett Gardner placed automatic runner Urshela third to open the inning. DJ LeMahieu then ripped a liner to the right. Santander set his foot, caught it and delivered a perfect throw home, a few steps ahead of Urshela, who covered the first catcher Pedro Severino’s face in the tag.
It was Santander’s second laser home in the game, but he was trying to acquire Tyler Wade in the 10th. Santander also entered fifth.
Sidak’s one-out hit Chad Green (0-1) knocked Rio Ruiz out of third place after a sacrifice bunt by Freddy Galvis. It was Baltimore’s first hit since the fifth inning and its fourth total – the Yankees had 13, but only three runners in scoring position.
Cesar Valdez (1-0), working primarily with a change of 76 mph, hit a 2 ⅓ inning and got Baltimore through the 10th. Paul Fry made his first save, ending the 3-hour, 54-minute night.
Before Cisco hit, the Yankees relievers played six perfect innings – barring the costly throwing mistake of shortstop Gelber Torres – following a swift pinstripe debut for Jameson Tillon, which marked the first start in 707 days.
The judge takes a seat
A night after having a homer, three hits and four RBIs against Baltimore, Yankees liner Aaron Judge was left out of the lineup of satire in his left side. The Yankees depart on Thursday, resting the right fielders for two days.