Mets Over Reds, Chris Bassitt Pitches Eight Strong Innings 

Chris Bassitt was worthy of a gold star for his effectiveness and yet another for longevity Monday night.  The Mets had utilized their bullpen plenty in playing five games over  four days against the Braves, and extra rest for that group was a commodity, even a day after many of manager Buck Showalter’s top options … Continue reading Mets Over Reds, Chris Bassitt Pitches Eight Strong Innings 

Josh Donaldson Lifts Yankees Over Mariners to Snap Skid

After a miserable few days in St. Louis, the Yankees got back to winning, snapping their season-high five-game losing streak with a 9-4 win over the Mariners at T-Mobile Park.  But it came with a cost, as Matt Carpenter suffered a fractured left foot in the first inning and could be lost for the season.  Against Seattle, … Continue reading Josh Donaldson Lifts Yankees Over Mariners to Snap Skid

Max Scherzer, Pete Alonso Propel Mets To Key Doubleheader Sweep Over Rival Braves

Strong starting pitching from David Peterson and Max Scherzer, plus standout offensive performances by Francisco Lindor and Pete Alonso, fueled the Mets to a doubleheader sweep of the Braves on a steamy Saturday at Citi Field, clinching the pivotal series victory. After Lindor and Peterson led the way to an 8-5 win in Game 1, Scherzer … Continue reading Max Scherzer, Pete Alonso Propel Mets To Key Doubleheader Sweep Over Rival Braves