The Mets and Yankees Split Doubleheaders on Sunday are busy

PHILADELPHIA – Pete Alonso homered twice, had three hits and drove in five runs to lead the Mets to a 6-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies in the second game of the split on Sunday.

Chris Bassitt (4-2) allowed a run in the 5 ⅔ innings to assist the NL East-leading Mets. Jean Segura homeed to the Phillies.


Phillies 3, Mes 2 (Activity 1) | Scores | Play-by-Play

Mets 6, Phillies 1 (Game 2) | Scores | Play-by-Play

In the opener, Bryce Harper homered over Max Scherzer and Phillies to become the first team to win the new Mets ace, snapping a four-game losing streak, 3-2.

Alonso almost single-handedly carried the Mets in the night, driving substitute Cristopher Sánchez (0-1) deep to the left for the first two homers. He hit it even further to the left in the fifth inning from Nick Nelson, three shots that gave the Mets a 5-1 lead.

Alonso said of his second homer, “It looks good,” “Just wanted to do what I could to make a good swing of the sound in the area.”

Alonso was 0 to 3 with two pairs of strikes in the first game before helping the Mets avoid their second loss of the season.

“We played like a baseball team,” he said. “Everyone answered the alarm.”

Harper, using a red bat on Mother’s Day, drove 94 miles-an-hour fast from Scherzer (4-1) across the wall on the right for a solo homer with two laps in the first lap. He exclaimed, “I love you, Mom!” into the TV camera before returning to the dugout.

“I think we played the first game well and the second game got out of us,” Harper said.

Harper added one RBI each in three. The winner of the National League’s Most Value Player Award also left Scherzer, his former Washington teammate, on May 1.

“I think we need that,” Phillies starred Kyle Gibson said. “For the offense to come out and do what they did against Max is huge.”

An entry for the two heads was part of the painting after the team game was rained out on Friday and Saturday.

Scherzer suffered his first drop since May 30, finishing a string of 24 straight starts without a loss. The streak extends starting with the Nationals, Dodgers and Mets.

The Mets released second manager Robinson Canó ahead of the game. The move comes a week after the declining Cano was selected to work despite nearly $ 45 million remaining on his contract. The Mets reported the news in their journals before and after Buck Buck Showalter met with reporters.

The 39-year-old Canó sat out last season while working on his second installment for the drug-improving drug. He batted .195 (8 to 41) with a home run, three RBI and a paltry .501 on-base plus a slugging percentage in 43 appearances for the Mets. Canó has .302 average batting positions with 335 home runs, 1,305 RBI and .842 OPS in 17 seasons. It had 2,632 hits, including 571 doubles.

Brad Miller snapped Michael King’s unbelievable victory with a knockout match, two runners-up in the seven-match series that sustained the Texas Rangers over the Yankees, 4-2, Sunday to break the deadlock. divided twice.

The Yankees opened the scoring 2-1 on Gleyber Torres’ game-end homer for the ninth. They had three hits in the nightcap after recording just five in early games.


Yankees 2, Rangers 1 (Activity 1) | Scores | Play-by-Play

Rangers 4, Yankees 2 (Game 2) | Scores | Play-by-Play

King (2-1) had pitched 14 ⅓ consecutive innings without permission to run before Miller smacked a 1-0 fastball out to the middle for a two-run. The Yankees right has not been stopped since the RBI double by Toronto’s George Springer on April 11.

“It’s a cold night and you’re meeting a guy who has not released anything every year,” said Texas Gov. Chris Woodward. “For a circle and the wind blows straight in. To get it away, it’s pretty cool.”

He was Miller’s four-position pinch-homer, and for his 14th RBI has given Texas the lead this year.

“Credit to Miller,” Yankees chief executive Aaron Boone said. “I think he tried four-seamer and in that and probably did not get to where he wanted to be, but I did not feel bad for him, and Miller brand sold out and got to to him and caught him. “

The King trusted Jordan Montgomery after Jonah Heim opened the scoring with a double to the left. The King walked Kole Calhoun, walked Nathaniel Lowe and rested Andy Ibáñez on the outpost that moved Heim to us. Heim scores from wild sounds to the backstop one sound before Miller’s homer.

The less-effective rally raised King’s ERA from 0.51 to 1.42.

“The truth is I want to be good all the time going out and having bad things always hurt,” King said. “But it is learning. You have to keep going and coming back. “

Eli White is also in Texas winning fifth place in the Games.

Giancarlo Stanton hit a two-run homer in the second game. The Yankees lost only the second time in 14 games.

In the first game of the day, Torres’ seven-run game-ending hit puts the Yankees on their third trip this year. He is connected to John King (1-1) to the short podium on the right.

“The situation is bigger, it looks like it ratchets a little bit higher,” Boone said. “On a cold day there, it’s nice to see him hold one.”

Rangers started Dane Dunning to lose his unbeaten run of one bout from the Referee to open for sixth.

Gerrit Cole allowed a run and five hits in 6 ⅓ innings for the Yankees. He hit 10, walked one and threw season-high 114 pitches, reaching 100.6 miles per hour. Jonathan Loáisiga followed Cole with one and two thirds innings. Clay Holmes (3-0) worked around Mitch Garver twice in the ninth.

Scores and summary end for Sunday work.

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