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“He made some good pitches, but I was able to work the count to 3-1 and then I was able to connect,” said Cabrera, who went 1 for 3 with two RBIs.
Centerfielder Juan Lagares barely bothered to give chase.
“At first I thought it was going to hit the wall, but it just kept going,” Lagares said. “It’s still going. You don’t see that too often. I think that guy is amazing. He made a very good swing on that pitch.”
“There’s no one who says Eric Campbell isn’t going to make this team,” Mets manager Terry Collins said. “He’s done an outstanding job. He plays three or four different positions. He swings the bat. He’s athletic - he runs for a big guy. I’m going to try to give him more games and keep running him in there.”
Detroit’s Tyler Collins hit a two-run homer.
Matsuzaka allowed four runs and seven hits - including both home runs - in five innings and struck out five.
“I think overall my location was a little bit off today,” Matsuzaka said through interpreter Jeff Cutler. “It was pretty clear which pitches I was struggling with, so it’s something to take into consideration for my next start. I struggled getting strikes with my offspeed pitches today.”
“I did some good things today and I saw some things that I need to fine tune before my next outing, but overall there are some positives to take away from it,” Lobstein said. “In the first inning I had a good tempo, and that’s a key as a starter to have a good tempo.”
SYNDERGAARD SENT DOWN
The Mets reassigned pitching prospects Noah Syndergaard and Rafael Montero to their minor league camp. Syndergaard said the demotion was inevitable.
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