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Anthony DiComo 1h
Here's Jeff McNeil on the game-tying homer that wasn't:
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Anthony DiComo 2h
The final: Phillies 7, Mets 5 The goat: Wilmer Font The stat: 7.44 June bullpen ERA The streak: L3 The record: 37-43 The 162-game pace: 75-87 The emoji: 🧀🥩
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Anthony DiComo 2h
Noah Syndergaard struck out nine in what he hopes will be his lone rehab start:
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Replying to @ajcoppo5
I'm not positive on the ground rules here, but will ask.
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Anthony DiComo 2h
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It seemed like Jeff McNeil's fourth hit of the night was headed over the right-field wall, but instead it bounced back for a double. Would have tied the game. Umpires are reviewing. I'll wait to post this until they finish. Update: It's a double. Phillies 7, Mets 5, top eighth.
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Anthony DiComo 3h
Counting tonight, the Mets' bullpen ERA in June is 7.67. That's by far the highest in MLB.
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Todd Zolecki 3h
The have hit at least four home runs in consecutive games for the first time since May 21-22, 2009.
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Replying to @AnthonyDiComo
Font follows that HR (and another) with a pitch that strikes Scott Kingery's upper body. Home-plate umpire Joe West immediately warns both benches, which has Phillies manager Gabe Kapler incensed. Kalpler is ejected. Phillies fans are booing. Phillies 7, Mets 5, bottom sixth.
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Anthony DiComo 3h
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Update (and I'm sorry, but you're not going to like this one, either): The first man out of the bullpen, Wilmer Font, not only allowed both inherited runs to score, but then served up a go-ahead, two-run homer to Maikel Franco. Phillies 6, Mets 5, bottom sixth.
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Anthony DiComo 3h
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The final line on Walker Lockett: 5.1 IP, 5 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 4 K. He pitched better than that line indicated, as Wilmer Font allowed two inherited runs to score. Alas. Mets 5, Phillies 4, bottom sixth.
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Anthony DiComo 3h
Noah Syndergaard (hamstring) struck out nine batters in five innings during his rehab start tonight for Class A Brooklyn. He allowed three runs. Before departing, Syndergaard said he was hopeful his rehab assignment would be one start only, putting him on track to return Sunday.
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Anthony DiComo 3h
Jeff McNeil is 3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI. He's batting .346, which is second in the Majors. Unrelatedly, McNeil is not an All-Star finalist.
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Anthony DiComo 3h
It's always sunny. (Except when it sets.)
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Anthony DiComo 4h
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Walker Lockett is doing something he was unable to in his Mets debut: settle down. He's retired nine of 10 since Kingery's leadoff homer, the only other hit coming on an infield grounder. Mets 4, Phillies 1 after three.
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Anthony DiComo 4h
Replying to @AnthonyDoria9
Typo! fixed!
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Anthony DiComo 4h
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Here's a complete list of players who have homered in the last 12 innings at Citizens Bank Park: -Jean Segura -Rhys Hoskins -Todd Frazier -Wilson Ramos -Michael Conforto -Maikel Franco -Jay Bruce -Dominic Smith (twice) -Scott Kingery -Amed Rosario
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Brooklyn Cyclones 4h
👀 Thor sighting in Aberdeen 🔥⚡️🔨
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Anthony DiComo 4h
Replying to @AnthonyDiComo
This baseball is jumpin' jumpin' as Amed Rosario hits another opposite-field home run. The Mets rally from there, but this time Robinson Cano comes up empty, waving and missing at a Jake Arrieta changeup. Mets 3, Phillies 1, mid-second.
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Anthony DiComo 5h
Replying to @AnthonyDiComo
Making his second start in place of injured Noah Syndergaard, Walker Lockett immediately gives one back on a Scott Kingery leadoff homer, but recovers to induce three straight groundouts -- the big right-hander's specialty. Mets 2, Phillies 1 after one.
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Anthony DiComo 5h
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All told, the Mets get two in the first, scoring again on a Michael Conforto sacrifice fly. They sent seven men to the plate against Jake Arrieta. Mets 2, Phillies 0, mid-first.
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