Showing posts with label Game 47. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Game 47. Show all posts

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Recap: Game 47 - D'Backs (3) at Mets (2) - Mets Bats Silenced in the right spots


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W: J. Collmenter (3-2) L: Z. Wheeler (1-5) S: A. Reed (13)
HR: ARI - None   NYM - D. Wright (3)

Recap:

Martin Prado hit a pair of RBI singles and the Arizona Diamondbacks edged the New York Mets, 3-2, in the opener of a three-game set.

Josh Collmenter (3-2) allowed two runs on six hits and a walk over six frames for Arizona, which snapped a three-game slide. Addison Reed worked a 1-2-3 ninth to notch his 13th save of the year.

"I went out there and threw the ball down in the zone," Collmenter said. "I had a lot of quick outs later on and that helped out after blowing through so many pitches in the first inning."

David Wright smacked a solo homer among his three hits for the Mets, who have dropped seven of their last nine games. Zack Wheeler (1-5) surrendered three runs -- two earned -- on six hits and a walk while striking out seven over 6 2/3 innings to garner the loss.

"I could have kept going, if it was not for the pitch count or whatever. I felt strong all the way through," Wheeler said.

The D-backs raced out to a 3-0 lead after plating a pair in the second and another in the third.

Miguel Montero led off the second with a walk and Aaron Hill followed with a double into left to put runners on second and third. Prado then lined a base hit into right to bring home Montero and Hill scored when Cody Ross bounced a single up the middle to make it 2-0.

Paul Goldschmidt reached base with one away in the third after Wilmer Flores committed a throwing error on his roller to shortstop. After Montero struck out, Hill was hit by a pitch and Prado's base hit into left-center allowed Goldschmidt to come around and extend the margin to 3-0.

The Mets got a run back in the home half and added another in the fifth, but never seriously threatened after that until the eighth.

Consecutive one-out singles by Daniel Murphy and Wright in the third preceded Curtis Granderson's one-hop double into right-center, which brought home Murphy.

Wright hooked a two-out solo shot around the left field foul pole in the fifth to trim the deficit to a run.

New York put runners on first and second with one away in the eighth against Brad Ziegler, but Lucas Duda and Flores both flied out to left to end the threat.

Game Notes

The Diamondbacks were 3-for-8 with runners in scoring position, while New York finished 2-for-8 with RISP ... Eric Young Jr. posted his 17th stolen base of the season.

Box Score:

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Preview: Game 47 - D'Backs (18-31) at Mets (21-25) - Collmenter (2-2) vs Wheeler (1-4)


Preview: Game 47
Arizona Diamondbacks (18-31) at New York Mets (21-25)
Probable Pitchers - Josh Collmenter (2-2) 4.02 ERA vs Zack Wheeler (1-4) 4.53 ERA
TV - WPIX 11 - Radio - WOR 710 AM - First Pitch - 4:10 PM

Preview:

Friday's opener was called because of rain in the fourth inning and will be made up as part of a single-admission doubleheader on Sunday.

Before that, New York (21-25) will look to put together a strong overall stretch after winning for just the second time in eight games Thursday, beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-3.

The Mets' starting rotation has been rather impressive in winning the last five meetings with the Diamondbacks (18-31), compiling a 2.05 ERA.

The starters allowed two runs in 18 1/3 innings while sweeping a three-game set at Arizona from April 14-16.

Zach Wheeler (1-4, 4.53 ERA) opened that series by allowing two runs in 6 1/3 innings of a 7-3 win. The right-hander was also solid in his only other start against the Diamondbacks on Aug. 10. He yielded one run while leaving with one out in the seventh of a 4-1 victory -- the first of the Mets' five straight in the series. Wheeler is now 2-0 with a 2.13 ERA vs the D'Backs in his brief career.

Wheeler, though, is 0-2 with a 4.45 ERA over six starts since last facing Arizona. In Sunday's 6-3 loss at Washington, he allowed five runs -- three earned -- in six innings.

The Diamondbacks batted .154 and totaled four runs while being swept in a three-game set with St. Louis, capped by Thursday's 4-2 defeat -- its fifth in seven games.

Aaron Hill is hitless in 11 at-bats over the past three games, and he had a two-run homer wiped out by the rainout Friday.

Josh Collmenter (2-2, 4.02) is expected to get the ball, and he's 2-0 with a 3.72 ERA over his last five starts.

The right-hander was credited with a 5-3 home win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday, yielding three runs and two homers while exiting with one out in the sixth inning.

He's 1-2 with a 4.91 ERA in seven meetings with the Mets, but he's surrendered eight runs and 12 hits -- two homers -- in 10 innings while splitting two starts.

He'll now try to slow down Curtis Granderson and David Wright.

Granderson is 7 for 16 (.438) with four extra-base hits in the last four games, while Wright is 10 for 25 in the past six.

Wright owns a .343 average with six RBIs and as many runs over his past eight meetings with the Diamondbacks, collecting five hits while plating three runs and sparking last month's sweep at Arizona.

Batter/Pitcher Splits:

Friday, May 23, 2014

Tonight's Mets Starting Lineup vs D'Backs - Game 47


Tonight's Mets Starting Lineup vs D'Backs - Game 47:

  1. Juan Lagares, cf
  2. Daniel Murphy, 2b
  3. David Wright, 3b
  4. Curtis Granderson rf
  5. Chris Young, lf
  6. Lucas Duda, 1b
  7. Wilmer Flores, ss
  8. Juan Centeno, c
  9. Bartolo Colon, rhp

Preview: Game 47 - D'Backs (18-31) at Mets (21-25) - Anderson (2-0) vs Colon (3-5)


Preview: Game 47

Arizona Diamondbacks (18-31 - Overall - 12-13 - Away)
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New York Mets (21-25 - Overall - 10-14 - Home)


Pitching Probables:

Chase Anderson (2-0) 5.06 ERA vs Bartolo Colon (3-5) 5.35 ERA

TV - SNY - Radio - WOR 710 AM - First Pitch - 7:10PM

Preview:

The New York Mets seek a second straight win and a sixth straight win over the Arizona Diamondbacks with Bartolo Colon on the mound in the opener of this three-game set Friday night.

Colon (3-5, 5.34 ERA), who turns 41 on Saturday, has largely been a disappointment through his first nine starts with New York (21-25). The right-hander has been feast or famine, compiling a 2.93 ERA in four starts that ended in Mets wins compared to a 7.58 mark in the five defeats.

The three-time All-Star, however, is coming off one of his best performances of the season, allowing two runs and five hits in eight innings of a 5-2 win at Washington on Saturday.

Colon, though, has followed both of his prior victories with defeats, surrendering 16 runs and 21 hits -- five homers -- in 9 2/3 innings.

The Mets are also looking to find a rhythm after winning for just the second time in eight games with Thursday's 5-3 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Facing Arizona may also help. The Mets have won five in a row against the Diamondbacks (18-31), thanks in large part to a 2.05 ERA from the rotation. That includes allowing two runs in 18 1/3 innings while sweeping a three-game series at Arizona from April 14-16.

Colon is facing the Diamondbacks for the first since 2006 while with the Los Angeles Angels.

Arizona batted .154 and totaled four runs while being swept in a three-game set with St. Louis, capped by Thursday's 4-2 defeat that was also its fifth loss in seven games.

Paul Goldschmidt hit safely in all three games, but he's hitting .217 over the past 12. The star first baseman has two homers and 10 RBIs during that stretch, but both home runs and six of those RBIs came during an 18-7 win over the Dodgers on Saturday.

That production was key for Chase Anderson (2-0, 5.06), who won despite giving up five runs and seven hits in 5 1/3 innings. The right-hander was much better in his major league debut six days earlier, yielding one run and two hits with six strikeouts while leaving with one out in the sixth of a 5-1 win over the Chicago White Sox.

He'll now try to slow down Curtis Granderson and David Wright.

Granderson is 7 for 16 (.438) with four extra-base hits in the last four games, while Wright is 10 for 25 in the past six.

Wright owns a .343 average with six RBIs and as many runs over his past eight meetings with the Diamondbacks, collecting five hits while plating three runs and sparking last month's sweep at Arizona.

Eric Campbell may be back in the lineup after driving in Granderson on a sacrifice fly Thursday before making a diving catch and doubling off a runner at second in the eighth.

The rookie is 7 for 19 in eight games since being recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas.

Mets have to keep the bats hot and Bartolo has to keep the D'Backs cool in the big apple. LGM!

Batter/Pitcher Splits:

Monday, May 27, 2013

Happy Recap: Game 47 - Braves (2) at Mets (4) - Ike Davis single the difference


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W: L. Hawkins (1-0) L: C. Gearrin (1-1) S: B. Parnell (7)
HR: ATL - D. Uggla (10)   NYM - L. Duda (9)

Recap:

Ike Davis' two-run single in the eighth inning lifted the New York Mets past the Atlanta Braves, 4-2, in the finale of a three-game set at Citi Field.

After Justin Turner opened the Mets' half of the eighth with a base hit and David Wright struck out, Lucas Duda hit a ground-rule double down the line in left to put two on with one out. John Buck followed with a base hit to bring Turner around and reliever Cory Gearrin (1-1) hit Mike Baxter with a pitch to load the bases.

Davis, who entered the contest with just two hits over his last 44 at-bats, then smoked a single to right field to push two runs across and break a 2-2 tie.

"They wanted me to have fun again. Smile more, laugh on the field," Davis said. "And I am now 1-for-1 with the new approach."

Davis finished the game with two hits and Duda went 3-for-4 with a solo homer and two runs scored for the Mets, who put the brakes on a five-game skid.

LaTroy Hawkins (1-0) earned the win after tossing a scoreless top of the eighth inning. Bobby Parnell hurled a perfect ninth to pick up his seventh save of the season.

Dan Uggla hit a two-run homer for the Braves, who had their eight-game winning streak snapped.

The contest had all the makings of a pitchers duel as the Braves' Julio Teheran and the Mets' Shaun Marcum navigated through the opposing lineups with relative ease.

"Marcum really knows how to pitch -- every aspect of the word pitching. He's very patient. He knows his strengths, knows his weaknesses, and he had just unbelievable command," Uggla said of Marcum.

Teheran made his first mistake of the game in the fourth inning as he served up a leadoff homer to Duda. It was New York's first hit of the game. The right-hander settled down from there, allowing just three base runners until he was replaced by Luis Avilan with two outs in the seventh.

Marcum, who has been struggling all season, was nearly lights out until surrendering a two-run blast to Uggla in the seventh inning that let Atlanta take the lead.

The right-hander was able to get escape the inning without anymore damage. Over seven frames, Marcum gave up just four hits and struckout a career-high 12 batters without issuing a walk.

Game Notes

Marcum (0-5) remains winless on the season. His last victory came Oct. 1 2012 against the San Diego Padres ... Marcum, who didn't make it through five innings in his first three starts of the season, has gone at least six innings in each of last three starts ... Atlanta has 65 homers through 49 games this season.

Box Score:

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Today's Mets Starting Lineup vs Braves - Game 47 (8pm - ESPN)


Here is Today's Mets Lineup vs Braves - Game 47 (8PM- ESPN)

Mets
  1. Daniel Murphy, 2b
  2. Rick Ankiel, cf
  3. David Wright, 3b
  4. Lucas Duda, lf
  5. John Buck, c
  6. Marlon Byrd, rf
  7. Ike Davis, 1b
  8. Ruben Tejada, ss
  9. Shaun Marcum, rhp

Preview: Game 47 - Braves at Mets - Teheran vs Marcum


Atlanta Braves (30-18) at New York Mets (17-29) 8:00 PM ET
SeasonRd/HmLast StartLast 3 App
STARTERSGSRECERAAIPRECERADATEOPPDECIPHERRECIPERA
J. Teheran (R) 8 3-1 3.995.22-14.065/20MINW8.1512-121.12.53
S. Marcum (R) 5 0-5 6.595.20-37.985/20CINL6.0640-317.16.23

Preview:

Mike Minor helped the Atlanta Braves extend their winning streak to eight straight games with his arm and his bat on Saturday night.

The National League East leaders will settle for Julio Teheran simply continuing his recent success on the mound as they go for a three-game sweep on Sunday of the New York Mets.

Formerly ranked as one of top prospects in baseball, Teheran had a 7.31 earned run average over his first three starts, but has gone 3-1 in his last five outings while not allowing more than three earned runs in any of those games.

The 22-year-old turned in a gem on Monday versus Minnesota, logging a season- high 8 1/3 innings. He carried a shutout into the ninth frame and had retired eight in a row before giving up a solo homer to Josh Willingham.

"I knew I was throwing a shutout, and I wanted to get it," Teheran, who hurled 123 pitches, told Atlanta's website. "When they saw my face and that I wanted to go out there, they just sent me."

The right-hander is now 3-1 with a 3.99 ERA on the season and is 1-0 in his career versus the Mets. He has a 5.63 ERA against them in two games, including one start.

He'll follow up an excellent showing by Minor, who helped the Braves blank the Mets 6-0 on Saturday night not long after Atlanta finished off Friday's suspended contest with a 7-5 victory.

The Braves scored twice in the 10th inning to finish off the first game, then came out and used a five-run fifth frame to roll to a victory in the second contest of the series. Minor got the big inning started with a two-run homer, the first of his major league career.

"I knew it was gone I guess, just wanted it to stay fair. That was the first ball I hit all year that was barreled-up. It was all a blur really," Minor said.

On the mound, Minor won his third straight as he allowed just three hits over 7 1/3 innings. He also struck out 10.

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Happy Recap: Game 47 - Padres at Mets - Santana pitches 4 hit shutout


Citi Field (Flushing, NY)

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W: J. Santana (2-2) L: C. Richard (2-6)
HR: SD - None   NYM - S. Hairston (4),V. Rottino (1),M. Nickeas (1)


Recap:
Johan Santana tossed his ninth career shutout and first in close to two years as the New York Mets blanked the San Diego Padres, 9-0, in the third test of a four-game set at Citi Field.

Santana (2-2) last tossed a shutout on August 12, 2010 against the Colorado Rockies before undergoing left shoulder surgery in September of that year, which forced the lefty to miss the entire 2011 campaign.

The two-time Cy Young award winner allowed just four hits on Saturday and didn't issue a walk while striking out seven to extend his personal unbeaten streak to seven games.

"It's a great feeling for me just to put my uniform (on)," remarked Santana. "Being able to help and being able to go out there every five games is definitely something that I was waiting for and I'm very happy for and I'm just going to continue doing."

Scott Hairston belted a three-run blast and Mike Nickeas added a grand slam in the eighth for the Mets, who have won four of their last five.

Clayton Richard (2-6) was charged for four runs on five hits and three walks over six innings of work. Yonder Alonso extended his hit-streak to nine games with a single in the first, but the Padres fell for the fifth time in their last six tries.

New York tallied four runs in the bottom of the first inning as Andres Torres singled and David Wright followed two batters later with a four-pitch walk.

Both runners then advanced on a balk from Richard before Hairston plated everyone with a three-run blast to left field.

Vinny Rottino extended the margin to four two batters later with a solo shot over the wall in left-center field for his first major league home run.

"It's tough when you put your team in the hole early on," said Richard. "Four runs is kind of a big hole and it kind of changes the momentum of things right off the get-go."

Four runs provided plenty of run support for Santana, who retired 16 straight and 23 of the final 24 batters he faced after giving up a leadoff single to Chase Headley in the second.

The Mets blew the game open in the eighth as Justin Turner singled to start the frame before scoring on a double from pinch-hitter Ike Davis.

After Lucas Duda flied out, Rottino singled and Ronny Cedeno walked to load the bases for Nickeas, who launched his first major league grand slam over the left-field wall to give New York a 9-0 lead.

Game Notes
Padres outfielder Cameron Maybin left the game in the top of the sixth inning with a sprained right wrist...The Mets went 4-for-7 with runners in scoring position and left three on base...Santana improved to 3-3 in eight all-time starts against the Padres.

Box Score:

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Tonight's Mets Starting Lineup vs Padres - Game 47


Tonight's Mets Starting Lineup vs Padres - Game 47

  1. Andres Torres, cf
  2. Justin Turner, 2b
  3. David Wright, 3b
  4. Scott Hairston, lf
  5. Lucas Duda, rf
  6. Vinny Rottino, 1b
  7. Ronny Cedeno, ss
  8. Josh Nickeas, c
  9. Johan Santana, lhp

Preview: Game 47 - Padres at Mets - Santana still trying for that elusive win


San Diego Padres (17-30) at New York Mets (25-21) 1:10 PM ET

SeasonRd/HmLast StartLast 3 App
STARTERSGSRECERAAIPRECERADATEOPPDECIPHERRECIPERA
C. Richard (L) 9 2-5 4.635.20-36.685/21@STLND7.1721-119.24.12
J. Santana (L) 9 1-2 3.246.11-12.085/21@PITND6.1840-019.04.26

Preview:
A long-shot to make any major league roster at one point in his career, Mike Baxter appears to be making up for lost time since joining the New York Mets.

He's also making the San Diego Padres regret what they once had.

Baxter tries to continue his solid play and lead the Mets to back-to-back wins as their series continues Saturday with the Padres.

Originally a fourth-round pick in the amateur draft by the Padres in 2005, Baxter steadily worked his way up the team's system until his major league debut in 2010 and appeared in nine games. The outfielder, though, tore ligaments in his thumb late in spring training last year and was placed on waivers in July, and the Mets claimed him the same day.

''He's a solid, fundamentally sound player. I think our minor league people taught him well,'' Padres manager Bud Black said of Baxter. ''He's a bright kid, our minor league guys really liked him. The cool thing is when a guy comes back and plays in his hometown.''

He appeared primarily as a defensive replacement in 22 games in 2011, getting 34 at-bats and had started this year doing the same. Recently, though, Baxter has found a groove at the plate, and with it, increased playing time.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Horrendous Recap: 2011 Regular Season Game 47 - Mets at Cubs


Final Score: Chicago 11, New York 1

Ryan Dempster pitched seven strong innings and the Cubs capitalized on some shoddy New York fielding to pound the Mets, 11-1, at Wrigley Field.

Starlin Castro had three hits and drove in two for the Cubs, who also got a pair of RBI from Darwin Barney and Carlos Zambrano.

Dempster (3-4) allowed seven hits and fanned five to move his career mark to 10-5 against the Mets.

New York faltered in the opener of this three-game series by allowing five unearned runs. Jon Niese (3-5) yielded seven hits and six runs, but just two earned, over five frames.

"They put good swings on pitches. I don't think they hit me too hard, but obviously they hit them in the right spots," Niese said.

The Mets lost their third in a row and have surrendered 27 runs in that span.

Lou Montanez, in his first game with the Cubs, doubled to right field to score Aramis Ramirez to start a five-run second inning. Mets catcher Ronny Paulino then committed the first of his two errors on the night when the ball popped out of his glove on a throw home from first baseman Daniel Murphy. That came off a ground ball from Koyie Hill.

Following Dempster's sacrifice bunt and a Reed Johnson walk, Barney singled in Montanez to keep the bases full. Castro then singled in two more runs to cap the outburst.

A Jose Reyes infield single scored Ruben Tejada in the top of the fifth, but Castro's RBI triple down to the right field corner in the bottom half made it 6-1.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Ryan Dempster vs Mets: Beltran is locked in against him


Beltran looking to flex his muscles tonight?

New York Mets Career statistics vs. Ryan Dempster
BATTERABH2B3BHRRBIBBSOAVGOBPSLGOPS
Carlos Beltran9 6 0 0 1 3 3 0 .667 .769 1.000 1.769
Willie Harris4 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 .500 .600 .500 1.100
Ronny Paulino5 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 .200 .200 .200 .400
Scott Hairston5 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 .200 .200 .200 .400
Jose Reyes5 2 0 1 0 1 1 2 .400 .500 .800 1.300
Jason Bay13 2 0 0 0 0 4 4 .154 .353 .154 .507
Daniel Murphy3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .333 .333 .333 .667
Ruben Tejada2 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 .500 .333 .500 .833
Josh Thole3 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 .333 .333 .667 1.000
Totals49171117910.347.450.469.919

The Mets coming off the pitiful  3-game series against the Yanks have to get their bats started tonight. The Mets have seen limited action against Dempster with the exception of Carlos Beltran who owns him batting .667 (6 for 9) and  Jason Bay who is batting .154  who could not hit Dempster if he was throwing a beach ball. The collectively are hitting .347 against Dempster..

Preview: 2011 Regular Season Game 47 - Mets at Cubs


New York Mets (22-24) at Chicago Cubs (20-25), 8:05 p.m.

Probable Starting Pitchers: New York - Jon Niese (3-4, 4.39) Chicago - Ryan Dempster (2-4, 6.91)

After a forgettable trip to one historic ballpark, the Chicago Cubs return to Wrigley Field to begin a lengthy homestand with the opener of a three-game set against the New York Mets.

The Cubs return home after dropping two of three to Boston in their first trip to Fenway Park since the 1918 World Series. Even the lone game they won in that series came with a loss as outfielder Marlon Byrd was hit in the face by a pitch in Saturday's 9-3 win and spent the night at a local hospital.

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