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Once Martin Prado caught Curtis Granderson's popup, Arizona's around-the-horn show zipped into fast motion.
Mets rookie Eric Campbell earned a start in left field because of his bat. He should be getting even more playing time because of his glove.
With his pitching staff depleted by injuries, New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi had only one choice: keep sending Vidal Nuno back out to the mound.
Daniel Murphy stood in the batter's box, twisting his body as if he were directing the flight of his soaring drive down the right field line.
The stands were filled and the fences were much closer. Chris Young and the New York Mets certainly enjoyed the cozy confines across town.
An ailing Mark Teixeira hobbled to first base and waited for a pinch-runner.
When Henderson Alvarez closed out his shutout with a strikeout, the right-hander spun on the mound and threw a celebratory uppercut that landed on his left shoulder.
Zack Wheeler had a hunch while warming up that he might have to work through some trouble at Coors Field.
Curtis Granderson envisioned a bunch of big hits when he signed with the New York Mets. Providing even one proved elusive, until Friday night.