New York Mets’ Offense on the DL

Posted: 16th September 2009 by Joe Fiorello in MLB
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Atlanta Braves' rookie pitcher Tommy Hanson single-handedly beat the New York Mets last night. In addition to seven scoreless innings of three hit baseball, where he struck out eight batters, Hanson dropped down three sacrifice bunts leading to three RBI for lead-off man Nate McLouth. His curve ball was enigmatic to the Mets' lineup. He was working both sides of the plate with all his pitches, keeping the batters off balance all night. It was an ugly game all around for the Mets. Carlos Beltran misplayed a ball badly in center field, perhaps a result of some rust still needing to be shaken off. David Wright struck out twice, bringing his season total to 124 so far. Pat Misch got the loss giving up eight runs and four hits in five innings. Not a stellar outing by any means, but it's what Me ...

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