The New York Mets (70-81) wasted a strong last night from Steven Matz in a 5-2 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies (77-73). Matz tossed five shutout innings and homered for the second straight start, but the bullpen melted down for five runs in the sixth inning to allow the Phillies to even their series at a game a piece. 328 more words
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Wrapping Up the 2018 Clearwater Threshers Season Would Not Be Complete Without Mentioning "Mr. Sunday" Henri Lartigue
On Wednesday night, the Philadelphia Phillies will complete their three-game series against the New York Mets.
The Mets managed to take game one by a score of 9-4 behind a big performance from Michael Conforto, who finished the game 3-for-5 with a run scored and six RBIs. 527 more words
The New York Mets (70-80) continued their ownership of the Philadelphia Phillies (76-73) last night. After picking up a 9-4 victory, the Mets have now won 11 times in 17 tries against the Phillies this season, a big part of the reason that Philadelphia will likely be sitting out of the postseason again. 366 more words
It was an important first game of a doubleheader back on a hot August 26th Sunday afternoon game at Spectrum Field. The Threshers still had not clinched first place and a playoff spot in the second half. 240 more words
The New York Mets (69-80) had a tough weekend in Boston, dropping two out of three against the Red Sox. There is no shame in that outcome since the Red Sox are one of the best teams in baseball, but it does kill a bit of the momentum the Mets have built over the past several months. 416 more words
September 16, 2018 Was Not a Good Day for Philadelphia, but is There a Light at the End of the Tunnel?
Overall, Sunday, September 16 was not a good day for Philadelphia sports. And let’s be honest, you’re probably not new to hearing those words, because despite the popular TV show, it is, in fact, not always sunny in Philadelphia. 716 more words